CAMERON MACKINTOSH TO RAISE THE CURTAIN FOR TICKETS FOR TROOPS
Cameron Mackintosh, the renowned British theatrical producer, is supporting the UK’s Armed Forces by offering tickets for the awe-inspiring musical, Miss Saigon.
This epic musical love story tells the tragic tale of young bar girl Kim who has been orphaned by war and falls in love with an American GI called Chris - before having their lives torn apart by the fall of Saigon, will be watched by servicemen and women over the coming months.
Cameron Mackintosh has been supporting Tickets For Troops sinceour launch in 2009 and provides daily tickets for hit musicals Les Misérables and The Phantom of the Opera in London.
As one of the charity’s longest standing theatrical supporters, they have provided thousands of opportunities for our country’s courageous and committed Forces to enjoy the sounds and lights of the West End.
Nicholas Allott (Managing Director for Cameron Mackintosh), said“Having been involved in TFT since its inception I have been thrilled to watch the Charity grow to become a major presence in the world of sport and live performance. Miss Saigon is the perfect show for our dedicated Forces and their families as, in addition to being a spectacular piece of theatrical entertainment, it reflects many of the issues they have faced in the course of bravely serving this nation”
Veronica Bamford, (Director of Operations for Tickets For Troops) said “Cameron Mackintosh is one of our longest standing supporters enabling thousands of troops to enjoy some of London’s greatest West End theatre productions. We hear such fantastic feedback from all of our troops and are eternally grateful to Cameron and his team for their outstanding recognition of our tremendous Armed Forces.”