ANDERSON & PETTY: YOU ARE HOME IN LONDON March 16 Concert Announces First Round of Performers

ANDERSON & PETTY: YOU ARE HOME IN LONDON March 16 Concert Announces First Round of Performers

Iliad Debuts' 'Anderson & Petty: You Are Home in London', set for Sunday 16th March at St James Theatre Studio, has announced its first round of performers, including Matthew Barrow, Sophia Ragavelas, Gloria Onitiri, Charlotte Wakefield, David Shannon, Sophie Isaacs, Kim Ismay, Willemijn Verkaik, Kieran Brown, Nadine Cox, Jacinta Whyte, Christopher Howell and Edward Baruwa.

Barry Anderson and Mark Petty, the transatlantic songwriting duo known as Anderson & Petty will be joined by a host of West End performers, including some of those featured on the album. Further casting to be announced.

Anderson & Petty's upcoming projects include a new musical based on a classic and beloved children's story and a piece entitled LOST - A Song-Cycle on 'The Trials of Life'. With exclusive previews of both of these projects and Barry Anderson MD'ing and Mark Petty co-hosting the occasion, this very special event is a one-night-only spectacular not to be missed by supporters of new musical theatre writing.

'You Are Home: The Songs of Anderson & Petty' was released on December 16th. Anderson & Petty co-produced the album with Dennis Michael Keefe of the record label Great White Wax. The album is available digitally worldwide via Amazon and iTunes and as a physical release via

'You Are Home' is a 16-song journey reflecting varying sounds and genres, including musical theatre, pop, country, folk-rock, and gospel.

U.S. performers featured on the album include Jen Burleigh-Bentz (Mamma Mia), Brent Michael DiRoma (Avenue Q nat'l tour), Josh Franklin (Anything Goes), Natalie Gallo (Jersey Boys), Autumn Hurlbert (Legally Blonde), Jason Kappus (American Idiot), Jonathan Rayson (Because of Winn-Dixie), Coleen Sexton (Jekyll & Hyde), and Lucia Spina (Kinky Boots).

U.K. performers include Matthew Barrow (Merrily We Roll Along), Gina Beck (Wicked), Kieran Brown (Love Never Dies), Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple, I Can't Sing), Debbie Kurup (Olivier Award nominee - The Bodyguard), Sophia Ragavelas (Les Miserables), and Tony Award winner Frances Ruffelle (Les Miserables)

For more about the concert, visit Follow Anderson & Petty on Twitter @andersonpetty.

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