WEST END LIVE LOUNGE Returns to The Other Palace
On Sunday 11th February, West End Live Lounge returns to The Other Palace for a very special evening.
After a sell-out concert in September, L&M productions are back with an unmissable line up including Oliver Tompsett (We Will Rock You, Rock of Ages, Wicked), Danielle Hope (Wizard Of Oz, Grease, Les Misérables), Cassidy Janson (Beautiful, Wicked), Alexia Khadime (Book of Mormon, Wicked), Matthew Croke (Aladdin, Wicked, Funny Girl), Karen Mav (Dreamgirls, The Voice) and many more.
West End Live Lounge was set up in 2017 by Shaun McCourt and Leigh Lothian, with the view to putting on concerts featuring West End talent to raise vital funds for charities. Proceeds from this event will be going to Barnardos. Previous events have raised money for charities including; UNICEF, Mind, and Women's Aid.
Shaun McCourt, the producer for West End Live Lounge, said of the charity "Barnardos do such great work across the UK. The efforts they make to allow children to live the lives they deserve is remarkable. It seemed only fitting to support such a charity". He added "I am beyond grateful that these artists give up their talent and time to support such a worthy cause."
The evening will be hosted by Ian Stroughair, with musical direction by Sam Coates.
The full cast for the evening (subject to availability) include: Kelly Agbowu; Sabrina Aloueche, Andrew Bateup; Christina Bennington; Stewart Clarke; Matthew Croke; Alexis Gerred; Natalie Green; Danielle Hope; Joel Harper Jackson; Cassidy Janson; Lisa-Marie Holmes; Caroline Kay; Sejal Keshwala; Alexia Khadime; Emma Kingston; Amy Lennox; Karen Mav; Kayleigh McKnight; Natalie McQueen; Brady Isaacs Pearce; Lauren James Ray; Cleve September; Jodie Steele; Laura Tebbutt; Oliver Tompsett and George Ure.
Tickets are priced between £25 and £15. To book, go online at www.theotherpalace.co.uk or phone 020 7087 7900. In person at 12 Palace St, Westminster, London SW1E 5JA, the Box Office is open from 10.00am-6.30pm on show days and 10.00am - 6.00pm on non-show days. Sundays and Bank Holidays may vary.
The Other Palace opened in February 2017 as a new home for musical theatre. The venue aims to discover, develop and reimagine musicals. The team want the spaces to be used to nurture the next generation of musicals, and the creatives behind them; celebrating the very best of the art form, from the established to the brand new. For more information about The Other Palace go to www.theotherpalace.co.uk.