Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph, New Mills art Theatre

New Mills Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society (AODS) is presenting the timeless classic, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, at the Arts Theatre from 22 to 25 November. To book tickets, visit

AODS is promising a memorable experience for audiences of ages when it puts on the show later this month.  The production will be directed and choreographed by Cathryn Yates with musical direction by Claire Sweeney.  Cast members include Paul Rafferty as Joseph, Emily Hobson as the Narrator, Joe Maguire as Pharaoh and Geoff Lunn as Jacob/Potiphar, and will feature a diverse cast of all ages and backgrounds. The show follows the success of Oliver! last year.

Joseph was written in 1968 and features lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The musical includes a string of famous pop and musical hits, including ‘Any Dream Will Do’, ‘Close Every Door To Me’ and ‘Go Go Go Joseph’. It tells the enthralling tale of Joseph, who embarks on an extraordinary journey after being sold into slavery by his envious brothers. Joseph’s vibrant spirit and unwavering faith lead him to a position of power, as he interprets dreams and discovers his true destiny. With its jubilant score and heartwarming narrative, the production is a true celebration of hope, resilience and the power of dreams.

Gary Ward, chair of New Mills AODS, said, “We are thrilled to present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat to New Mills and District. This show holds a special place for audiences worldwide, and our cast and crew have poured their hearts into creating an exceptional production that will stay with our audiences long after the final curtain call.  Showcasing skilled talent and dedication of all its performers. It is set to be a showstopper.”

Don’t miss this enchanting show which promises to be a feast for the senses, with stunning costumes, sensational music from a live orchestra, and a talented ensemble of performers.

Tickets for the show are available, priced £16.50 or £14.50 concessions, from

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