Danielle Tarento, Steven M Levy, Sean Sweeney and Vaughan Williams present
Death Takes A Holiday
"with a soaring, symphonic score, and luscious songs performed by some of the West End’s most sensational talents, Southerland’s production is every bit as wonderful as his previous Yeston shows"
★★★★★  Musical Theatre Review
★★★★  The Stage
"the darkest of fairytales in a work of musical theatre that is at the very top of its game"
★★★★★  Jonathan Baz
"Yeston’s magnificent score for this show – one of the finest in London right now – is a glory not to be missed"
★★★★  British Theatre
"bold, dangerous and electrifying...a treat for the eyes, ears and heart"
★★★★  LondonTheatre.co.uk
"a shimmering quality which is all pervading and totally engaging"
★★★★  Live Theatre UK
"pure gothic romance"
★★★  Time Out
"hauntingly beautiful...an astonishing achievement"
★★★★  The Upcoming
"beautiful melodies, delightfully sung by the impressive cast"
★★★★  West End Wilma
"an intriguing and rewarding night out"
★★★★  Daily Express
"the joy of looking and listening to that kind of beauty in this chaotic world is a wonderment"
★★★★  London Theatreviews
"it's a long time since a musical in the West End has been served by such rich and emotionally charged melodies...magnificent"
★★★★★  Musical Avenue

In Northern Italy, shortly after World War One, Death disguises himself as a handsome young prince to try to understand why life is so precious and death so feared. But when he unexpectedly falls in love with a newly engaged young woman, this mysterious stranger discovers that love may in fact be stronger than death.

With a book by multi Tony Award winners Thomas Meehan and Peter Stone, based on the 1928 Italian play of the same name which went on to inspire the movie, Meet Joe Black, starring Brad Pitt, and a lush, romantic score by multi Tony Award winner Maury Yeston (Titanic, Nine), this is a soaring story of the preciousness of life and the overwhelming power of love.

Death Takes A Holiday was nominated for 11 Drama Desk Awards when it premiered Off Broadway in 2011.