The Titanic musical that I saw on the 20th April in Epsom with my mum and dad was extremely well written. In act 1 of the musical they sang 16 songs. Some of the songs had no words to them, but most of them did. The number of the songs to act 1 was 16, and in act 2 there were 11. Also my mum liked one of the singers who played as the stoker of the ship. In the musical there was a big cast to play the people on the RMS TITANIC from the management and crew, all the way through to children. As I said before the story of the Titanic was well written as a musical play. I think that the actors / singers played the people of the Titanic story well. Like Andy Robson, who was playing as Thomas Andrews. He looked like him and also sounded like as well, like all the actors in the play. I got the Titanic The Musical book, that my dad bought for me, and it is helping me to write this review. The scenes they did on the stage were good. I saw that most scenes were from some TITANIC movies, like "Night To Remember, Titanic 1997" and more. I think that everyone should go and see it. It will be back next year I hope.
Marking the centenary of the sinking of RMS Titanic, this television news bulletin interrupts with grave news of events in the North Atlantic.
NEARER MY GOD TO THEE
As the great ship slipped beneath the North Atlantic waves, some on board famously sang "Nearer My God To Thee". Here Freewheeler Luke Tye, becoming known for his fine voice, sings verses from this immortal hymn in tribute to those who lost their lives.
TITANIC - A PRAYER
Freewheeling singer Luke Tye has written a commemorative prayer for the lost ship and recites it here.