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29 October, 2021

From the West End to the far north

AFTER four years performing in Phantom of the Opera in London’s West End, Ingham born tenor Paul Tabone is coming north for a series of small intimate performances before returning to Sydney for the Australian production of Phantom of the Opera.

By Peter McCullagh

Paul Tabone will be preforming his latest production, ‘Golden Days: Songs from the movies and musicals’.

In support of local and regional talent, this show will feature up and coming regional artists. Having grown up in Ingham and despite his international career, Paul continues to promote   local talent whilst on tour.

Kiara Cabassi, winner of the CQUniversity Most Promising Voice for Musical Theatre will support Tabone during his two shows here in the north.

‘Golden Days’ will take audiences on a heart-warming trip down memory lane featuring many of the loved classics from Perry Como, Mario Lanza and songs from Disney as well as Phantom of the Opera.

Audiences will be mesmerised by Tabone’s interpretations of The Loveliest Night of the Year, Serenade, O Sole Mio, Granada and also Music of the Night.

The tour will also promote his debut album, ‘This is Me’, which has gone to number 1 in the Classical Music Charts in Australia, United Kingdom and the Unites States.

Paul Tabone will be appearing at the Mareeba International Club, Saturday December 4 and the Atherton Performing Arts Theatre Saturday December 11.

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