A Beautiful Noise – The Neil Diamond Musical at Broadhurst Theatre

A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical Tickets

Broadhurst Theatre | New York, New York

Get ready to have your breath taken away with stunning visuals and a excellent cast as the production team gets ready to show Neil Diamond’s production, A Beautiful noise. This story has been loved by fans around the globe. It is a riveting account about a Brooklyn kid who made it big and took us all along for the ride. It truly plays upon your heart string taking the on lookers on a journey of immense proportions. That is why the audience love it so much, and you will too whether it is your first, second or whatever time watching it. It will be shown at Broadhurst Theatre on Thursday 20th April 2023 Be quick though, tickets are fast selling out, but you can buy yours here.

A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical at Broadhurst Theatre

To understand and appreciate how incredible Neil Diamond's stage production A Beautiful Noise is, you have to see it in person. It is the perfect Neil Diamond experience for everyone who loves the showman. How did a Brooklyn-born Jewish orphan overcome adversity to develop into one of of history's most renowned performers? Well, you’ve come to the right place to find out. This musical will make everything clear, from the 1960s, when he first began producing songs, to the 1970s, when his career took off. Along the way, you will watch both his painful disappointments and his jaw-dropping successes. … And it is one of those “good times never felt so good” shows. Oh, let's not forget the main reason you came here, his music, of which there will be plenty, including "America," "Cracklin' Rosie," and "Sweet Caroline."

This theater play will sell out incredibly fast because it has such a great script, a stunning set, and the most astonishing costumes to ever grace a stage. However, you can still purchase tickets before it's too late. Get them while they’re hot before you regret it.

A Beautiful Noise - The Neil Diamond Musical at Broadhurst Theatre

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