Marisha Wallace releases glorious gospel rendition of ‘Tomorrow’ in aid of Broadway Cares and MAD Trust
Stage stars Lea Salonga, Katharine McPhee, Beverley Knight and Kerry Ellis – and many others – join Marisha in uplifting video performance of the song.
Michael Harrison and David Ian have announced that their new production of Hello, Dolly! is postponed.
Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester has announced rescheduled dates for its production of RENT, plus full creative team.
Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak, the venue has been closed since 17th March and has had to cancel or postpone all scheduled productions until further notice.
Jason Donovan and Jac Yarrow to star in 2021 production
Performances will begin 1 July 2021 at The London Palladium
Michael Harrison and the Really Useful Group are pleased to announce new performance dates for the smash hit production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at The London Palladium.
Every Friday since the beginning of May, multi-award-winning Liverpool-based theatre company, Naughty Corner Productions, have been far from naughty. In fact, in their Friday evening slot they have been producing an online Liverpool-theatre scene talk show entitled ‘Naughty Talk’.
As we near the end of another month in lockdown, here are a few shows/concerts that can quench your thirst for live shows until we can re-populate our beloved theatres once again.
At this time, our theatres need your support more than ever, and even though some may advertise ‘free shows’, they do need donations to help both the theatre, but also the freelance artists taking part in this inventive form of digital theatre.
The ongoing Covid-19 crisis has forced the producers of School of Rock – The Musical to launch an online search for talented young musicians to join ‘The Band’ for next year’s UK tour.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Matilda The Musical has released a video of some of the current young performers along with Miss Honey (Gina Beck) singing ‘When I Grow Up’ from their homes during theatreland shutdown.
The Commoners Choir have released a new song These Are The Hands based on Michael Rosen's poem.
Following the extension of the lockdown period, Liverpool’s Royal Court will be postponing the run of Mam I’m Ere until next year. The new dates for the show will be 25th June to 24th July 2021. They will also be cancelling Girls Don’t Play Guitars as there is no room for that in 2021 and they don’t want to postpone until 2022.
The Understudy is a brand-new radio play that will be broadcast in two parts on Wednesday 20th May and Wednesday 27th May to raise funds for the theatre industry which is facing a devastating impact from the Covid-19 health crisis. The Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield will split proceeds of this project with charities including the Theatre Development Trust (SOLT and UK Theatre), Acting for Others and Equity Charitable Trust.
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