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BEAUTIFUL Originally cast with Frank Sinatra and Grace Kelly, Cole Porter's High Society arrives at the Theatre Royal tomorrow
High Society comes to Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre from Tuesday and the Birmingham Hippodrome from May 14.
High Society follows the fortunes of wealthy socialite Tracy Lord who is in the middle of planning a lavish summer wedding when her ex-husband Dexter Haven (played by Michael) turns up to in an attempt to win her back.
High Society is at Venue Cymru, Llandudno, from Thursday to February 2.
Michael's just finished a run of The King And I - the same production team are behind High Society, and he's excited by prospect.
99 ALEXA MacDonald has done everything in her power (including changing her name) to conceal her humble socio-economic background from high society.
We thought he really undressed her by taking away her job, she was open about what she did and good at her job," the New York Post quoted High Society rep Daniel Nardio as saying.
We opened High Society Occasions at the same time as taking over Becki's, so it was a hectic time," says Emma.
The newest High Society product is the Twin Snowboard, designed for maneuvering on pipes and terrain parks and featuring catchy-but-twisted graphics by Jamie Culp, a member of High Society's pro team.
1977: Bing Crosby, the American actor and singer best known for his roles in High Society, Holiday Inn and White Christmas, died on this day
High Society, an accompanying exhibition at Frankfurt's Deutsche Architektur Museum, examines the Torre Agbar along with the four runners-up: Santiago Calatrava's Turning Torso in Malmo, Delugan Meissl Associates' Wienerberg in Vienna, Mecanoo's Rotterdam Montevideo tower, and Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop's Jian Wai Soho tower in Beijing.
However, the British high society whose acceptance he craved thought him a Canadian provincial hick.