Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat gets support from BNF Bank


25 March 2019

In its commitment to support community events in Gozo, BNF Bank is sponsoring the well-known and popular musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, running at Teatru Astra. This year is the 50th anniversary of the musical's debut, written by Tim Rice with music composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The show boasts a fifty-strong cast led by Chantelle Micallef Grimaud as the narrator and Thomas Camilleri in the lead role of Joseph, as well as special guest appearance by Chris Dingli as Pharaoh. Under the artistic direction of Chris Gatt and with stunning sets and costumes, an eclectic band led by Maestro Sigmund Mifsud, the Piccole Stelle Choir, exhilarating choreography by Francesco Nicodeme and captivating singing led by Mariella Spiteri Cefai, the production promises to offer a spectacular show to audiences young and old.

BNF Bank Gozo Branch Manager Antonella Curmi said: "It is our pleasure to be supporting this event that has brought together such a large cast of well-known names in the sphere of theatre, music and performance. Teatru Astra is a mainstay of culture in Gozo and this initiative is just one of many in its annual calendar. We're looking forward to experiencing this fantastic production."

BNF Bank's presence in Gozo is not only felt via its branch in Victoria with its experienced and dedicated team who give a sterling service to customers, but also through the Bank's association with community initiatives. Over the years the Bank has supported a wide variety of activities in Gozo involving NGOs, voluntary social services, art and culture, and education.

Tickets for the musical shows on Friday 29th March at 8 pm and Sunday 31st March at 4 pm can be bought from www.ticketline.com.mt. More information can be obtained by calling 79244048.

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