The Hills Are Alive With The Sound Of Music once again as beloved starlet and altogether fabulous icon Julie Andrews takes to the stage for the first time in 30 years. The evening features performances of Rodgers and Hammerstein classics and her live narration of Simeon's Gift, the best selling children's book written by Julie and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton. Andrews will also perform, with accompaniment from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, old favourites from The Sound Of Music, The King And I, South Pacific and Carousel, accompanied by clips and anecdotes from those unforgettable performances. Until this one-off stage appearance Andrews had been taking time out from her stage performances to focus on her acting career which includes films such as The Princess Diaries, Shrek and more recently Tooth Fairy and Despicable Me. As if all of this wasn't enough for the glamorous 75 year old, she has also become a best-selling author with 25 books published and more in the pipeline. Known for being a gay icon Andrews has always cultivated a dual fan base and this one-off live extravaganza is sure to attract an epic audience all eager to see this jewel back where she belongs.