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Tabitha Webb and Dave Willetts on Radio 2 this Sunday

With less than a month until Love Beyond The Musical comes to The SSE Arena Wembley – make sure you set your alarm early this Sunday morning to catch Tabitha Webb (Co-writer and director) and Dave Willetts (who plays the lead role of ’Father God’) talking about this unique musical production with Olly Smith on Radio 2's 'Good Morning Sunday' from 7am.

You may already have heard one of the songs recently played on national radio. Elaine Paige chose 'Kingdom of Heaven' as part of her playlist for 'Elaine Paige on Sunday' last weekend. If you missed the show you can listen to 'Kingdom of Heaven' and some other sample tracks from the show on our music page.

Powerful and uplifting, Love Beyond is a unique presentation of the greatest love story ever told, unfolding the entire story of the Bible as never before. This epic musical promises a sensational night-out with a host of West End stars (headed-up by musical theatre legend Dave Willetts) accompanied by one of the biggest live orchestras of any musical theatre show in London, playing a dramatic and original brand new score.

This is an experience not to be missed! If you haven't yet booked your ticket to see the show on 1 & 2 October at The SSE Arena Wembley, then be sure to tune into Radio 2 this Sunday - in the words of Dave Willetts 'Anybody who comes to see this show will want to come again!'.

Click here to listen to the interview on BBC Radio 2

Click here to find out more about Love Beyond The Musical

Click here to book your tickets to see Love Beyond on 1 & 2 October 2014 at The SSE Arena Wembley


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