John Owen-Jones, Ian Stroughair & More Set for Sixth Annual Singers Soiree's Charity Concert, 12 Sept.
The sixth Singers Soirée charity concert has announced its transfer from Battersea Barge to the St Giles-in-the-Fields church, just off of Tottenham Court Road on 12 September. Not only does this new venue offer a much more central location but it also boats a seating capacity of more than 10 times the previous venue (moving from 70 to 700 seats).
The Singers Soirée is one of a kind and pair up students with stars of the industry. Witness the stars of tomorrow singing with your favourite West End performers. The variety in these shows is second to none. Past and future shows have included Rappers, Opera, Musical Theatre, A Capella, Beatboxing, Acoustic and lots more.
Featuring performances from West End stars including:
John Owen-Jones (LES MISERABLES, Phantom of the Opera).
Ian Stroughair (Fame, Cats, Chicago, Rent In Concert)
Simon Bailey (Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables)
Sam Buttery (BBC's The Voice, Taboo)
Jordan Lee Davies (BBC's The Voice, Bare, Secret Garden)
Harry Francis (A Chorus Line, Wicked)
Scott Garnham (Les Miserables, Never Forget, Eurobeat)
Summer Strallen (Top Hat, Love Never Dies, Sound of Music)
And many, many more
All proceeds go to the Shooting Star Chase charity, to help terminally ill children enjoy and be properly looked after in their final few years/months of life.
The Singers Soiree work in conjunction with Awareness Through Dance, a support network for performers. It was founded in 2012 and was set up to support performers in their careers as well as providing them opportunities to use their talents for positive social change. For more information visit www.awarenessthroughdance.org.
Photo Credit: Darren Bell