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26 March 2014

From Here To Eternity to be screened in cinemas

From Here To Eternity may be closing in the West End this Saturday but all is not over for Tim Rice’s latest musical venture.

Ahead of its 2015 Broadway run, a screening of the West End’s production of From Here To Eternity will be broadcast in theatres around the US. Entertainment companies Omniverse Vision and Fathom Events are collaborating to capture the musical, following in the footsteps of shows such as War Horse and Noël Coward’s Private Lives which have been screened previously.

Sir Tim Rice, the West End legend behind the musical, said: “I am delighted that Fathom and Omniverse are collaborating to capture our ambitious musical version of this magnificent story, as the production and Stuart Brayson’s score deserve permanent recognition.

From Here To Eternity is based on James Jones’ award-winning novel about US soldiers and their illicit affairs during the attack on Pearl Harbour. The 1953 film adaptation which starred Frank Sinatra won eight Oscars including Best Picture. The West End musical version stars Darius Campbell (previously Danesh) in the lead role alongside Robert Lonsdale.

From Here To Eternity closes at the Shaftesbury Theatre on Saturday 29th March.


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