Saturday, January 25

Incredible Line Up for Next WestEndFest in March

The first WestEndFest of this year takes place on 2nd March at The Actors Church in Covent Garden.

Every concert incorporates themes with this one being chosen by Scott Garnham  – ‘Songs you love (BUT SHOULDN’T!) where performers will attempt to sing their guilty pleasures!

The charities WestEndFest supports and raises money for are The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and CRY UK (an organisation that helps raise awareness and helps to raise funds for cardiac arrest in the young).
There are homemade cupcakes being baked for the day, lots of treats, WestEndFest merchandise on sale, and an auction that takes place on stage at the interval, which will be hosted by Scott Garnham and Dean McCullough.

The list of performers includes: (more to be confirmed soon)

Rebecca Caine - original Cosette Les Miserables
Lauren Samuels - Scaramouche (WWRY) Water Babies- World premiere show.
Zizi Strallen - Rock of Ages, Merrily we Roll Along, Hairspray
Cassie Compton - Wicked, Les Mis, American Psycho.
Sabrina Aloueche - Eponine- Les Mis, Scaramouche- We Will Rock You, Maureen- Rent
Tori Allen Martin - After The Turn, Mimi-Rent, HAIR.
Alice Fearn - Les Miserables, Shrek, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Niall Sheehy - Wicked, Les Miserables- 1st Enjolras
Jamie Muscato - Rock of Ages, The Light Princess
Rob Houchen - Marius- Les Miserables
Aaron Sidwell - Loserville (original company), Carnaby Street (original company) Steven Beale (Eastenders)
Scott Garnham - Les Miserables, ‘I Can’t Sing’ the Musical
Oliver Savile - Les Miserables- Enjolras, Tugger- Cats!
James Gant - Les Miserables, Oliver, Evita
Stephen Webb - Notre Damn de Paris, From Here To Eternity
David Ribi - Hairspray, Dreamboats and Petticoats
Greg Oliver - The Prodigals, Spring Awakening, After The Turn
Maria Coyne - Magenta- Rocky Horror, Spring Awakening, Joseph, Crazy for You.
Thomas Sutcliffe - showcasing new show The Mill on the Floss
Peter Polycarpou – Les Mis, Phantom, Sweeney Todd, Cats, Love Story, Chitty
Kieran Brown – Love Never Dies, Wicked, Pipe Dream, Tick Tick Boom, Phantom…

Tickets for WestEndFest

1 comment:

Gregor said...

Such a shame that this concert is on at exactly the same as the West End Unites 'You'll Never Walk Alone' charity concert at the Queen's.

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