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Directed by Sean Foley, I Can’t Sing! features music by Steve Brown and a book and additional lyrics by British comic Harry Hill. The production tells the story of Chenice (Erivo), who lives in an ITV blackspot because her grandad’s iron lung interferes with the signal in her caravan—she’s the only girl in the world who has never heard of The X Factor. When she accidentally stumbles into an audition with her talking dog, she starts a journey to both stardom and love. I Can’t Sing! goes beyond the microphone and under the judges’ desk to reveal the (not necessarily accurate) story of heartache and laughter that keeps millions tuning in every week. The West End’s new musical comedy and fictional X Factor spoof I Can’t Sing! has once again delayed its first preview. Initially scheduled to begin performances at the London Palladium February 27, the show, starring Olivier Award winner Nigel Harman, Cynthia Erivo and Alan Morrisey, was then scheduled to start March 1. Now producers say the first preview will “take place next week” as an “integral part of the stage mechanism for the show’s set is currently not operating correctly and this needs to be resolved before performances can begin.” Along with Harman, Ervio and Morrisey, the show will also star Ashley Knight, Victoria Elliot, Simon Bailey and Billy Carter. View Comments Opening night still remains set for March 26. For now.
The project was supported by the Zagreb County with HRK 22,5 million, but also with guarantees for a loan of HRK 28 million, which the institution itself raised with Zagrebačka banka. With additional funds provided from decentralized and own sources, this is also the largest investment in the health sector in Zagreb County. “There are two known sources of naphthalene in the world, whose medicinal properties have been recognized in people with rheumatic and skin diseases, in Azerbaijan and in Ivanić-Grad. Bearing in mind that health tourism is the fastest growing tourism sector with an annual growth rate of 15 to 20 percent, and that the Croatian national trump card of health tourism is located in Zagreb County, we decided to support this project financially and with guarantees. I am convinced that the new facilities will lead to a significant increase in the number of patients from the EU and other parts of the world, and that this investment will bring a number of positive effects in the economy of Zagreb County.”, Said Zagreb County Prefect Stjepan Kožić. It is a world-famous spa that has been helping people suffering from various skin and inflammatory rheumatic diseases for thirty years by applying therapy with mineral oil – naphthalene. By the way, the Naftalan Special Hospital is owned by the Zagreb County, and in recent years it has recorded a significant increase in revenue and is positioned as one of the most important health resorts in the Croatian health system. Completion of all works and the grand opening of the new wing and accompanying facilities of the special hospital Naftalan is planned during the spring when many more patients from the country and the world will be able to use all the benefits of naphthalene therapy in the treatment of skin diseases, especially psoriasis and neurodermatitis. such as arthritis and rehabilitation after various surgeries. “Health tourism is one of the most prosperous special forms of tourism thanks to its exceptional potential for further development and investment as well as the generator of consumption of tourists who consume the services of all forms of health tourism. Therefore, in the new Tourism Development Strategy, we will place special emphasis on this tourism segment in order to enable the use of all its potential. Naftalan Special Hospital is one of the examples of a successful combination of health and spa services and tourism, and with natural beauty and rich cultural heritage located in its surroundings throughout Zagreb County, is the perfect combination of everything guests are looking for when this type of travel., said Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli during a visit to Naftalan Special Hospital. “I would like to point out that according to the eVisitor system of the Zagreb County Tourist Board, in January 2020. 5.375 arrivals and almost 10.000 (9.998) overnight stays were recorded, which is an increase of 24 percent in more arrivals and 13 percent more overnight stays compared to the same period last year. Today, I would like to single out the tourist results of Ivanić-Grad, 37% more arrivals, 14% more overnight stays, which shows that we are recognized as a destination that manages the development of its products and thus uses its potentials and highlights its specialties., said the director of the Zagreb County Tourist Board, Ivana Alilović. Photo: MINT The works of the second phase of the expansion of the special hospital for medical rehabilitation are currently being completed at the Naftalan Special Hospital (SB). The end of the works was visited by the Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli, accompanied by State Secretary Tonči Glavina and Assistant Monika Udovičić, who were on an official visit to Zagreb County. We remind you that in 2019, Zagreb County was visited by almost 140 thousand tourists who realized almost 300 thousand overnight stays, which is an increase of 14 percent in arrivals and 12 percent in overnight stays compared to the same period in 2018. Worth almost HRK 63,5 million, development project “Naphthalene 2 with indoor and outdoor pools” involves the construction of outdoor and indoor pools, a hospital kitchen and restaurant, a kinesiotherapy room, a multipurpose hall and a hospital car park. Its main goal is to increase the standard of providing health services from basic health insurance, but also the availability of quality health services of medical rehabilitation, physical therapy, dermatovenereology and other health services provided by SB Naftalan. Most overnight stays were made by guests from Germany, China, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Netherlands, while the most visited destinations in Zagreb County in 2019 were Velika Gorica, Samobor and Jastrebarsko.