A rerun of the 2000 adaptation of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, starring Donny Osmond, Maria Friedman, Richard Attenborough and Joan Collins, will tonight bring to a close - temporarily at least - Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Shows Must Go On! series, an online selection of hit musicals for people to enjoy at home during lockdown.
In a statement, the series’ producers, Universal, said: "The Shows Must Go On! has brought the theatre home every weekend throughout lockdown, entertaining millions of theatre fans. The YouTube channel will continue to release show clips over the summer but will be taking a brief hiatus from full shows before returning with all-new seasons of exciting shows to entertain audiences at home, while theatres are closed.
"To conclude and celebrate their first season, The Shows Must Go On! will be returning to where it all began, with an encore of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, on Friday July 10, available for 48 hours. A new season of shows will return again every weekend from mid-August."
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