The Musical Box – The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway


£30.50

Booking fees & charges apply when booking online or over the phone via Eventim. No fees for booking in person at the box office.

 

The Tyne Theatre and Opera House box office is open 10am-3:30pm Mon-Fri (or until show start if there is a performance that evening + an hour before weekend performances).

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Sat 4 Feb 2023 | 7.00pm doors

Covid-19 update (17/01/2022):

‘Due to the ongoing implications of Covid-19, The Musical Box event due to take place on 12th February 2021, Saturday 5th February 2022 will be rescheduled to Saturday 4th February 2023. Tickets for the original date will remain valid for the rescheduled date.

We do encourage ticket holders to hold onto their tickets where possible in this turbulent time for the events industry – which needs your support now, more than ever. However, if you are unable to attend the rescheduled date, refunds will be available from your point of purchase.’

And the Light dies down on Broadway…

The greatest rock opera ever created, The Lamb lies down on Broadway, the final collaborative effort between the legendary Peter Gabriel and Genesis, is to be revived one last time… The end of an era.

The Musical Box, the only group in the world granted a licence from Peter Gabriel and Genesis, will recreate in its entirety, the original 1975 performance in painstaking details right down to the original slide show. One final chance to witness this unique live experience.

Acclaimed for its historical re-enactment of early Genesis, The Musical Box has performed for more than a million spectators worldwide in some of the most prestigious venues such as the London Royal Albert Hall and the Paris Olympia. The Musical Box has the privilege of hosting Phil Collins as a performing guest.

In its quest for authenticity, The Musical Box is cited as the best interpretation group in the world and the international reference for early Genesis.

“The Musical Box recreated, very accurately, what Genesis was doing”- Peter Gabriel

“They’re not a tribute band, they have taken a period and are faithfully reproducing it in the same way that some one would do a theatrical production”- Phil Collins

“I cannot imagine that you could have a better tribute for any act”- Steve Hackett

“It was better than the real thing”- Mike Rutherford