Da Bruno hosts the hits from Broadway

By Wendy Ann Cowham Wednesday, 01 July 2015 19:28 0

DA BRUNO Restaurant on the Carretera de Mijas will be hosting a spectacular treat for their guests on Tuesday July 7 by presenting a show dedicated to the Broadway Classics. This is a show not to be missed as there will be renditions of the songs performed by artist Pilar Cerezo, Carlos Sierra, Claudia Sierra and Daniel Garo who are four of the most talented performers in their field.

They will be delivering a spectacular showcase of songs from the musicals Mama Mia, Grease, Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables. The show will commence at 8.15pm, and booking is strongly advised. Da Bruno is renowned for their quality cuisine and the entertainment that they offer to their guests replicates the same impeccable standard. To reserve your table please call 952 46 07 24.

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