Thursday, February 21

Louise Dearman and Emma Hatton leading cast of West End Live Lounge Concert WOMAN at the Other Palace

On Sunday 10th March, West End Live Lounge returns to The Other Palace  with WOMAN an evening celebrating some of the most influential female artists from the world of music.A stellar line up of West End talent will be led by Louise Dearman and Emma Hatton.

The evening will be hosted by Samuel J Holmes, with musical direction by Sam Coates.

The full cast for the evening (subject to availability) includes:Adam Bailey , Christina Bennington , Louise Dearman , Lauren Drew, Simon Gordon, Jennifer Harding, Matthew Harvey, Emma Hatton, Lisa Marie Holmes, Claudia Kariuki, Sejal Keshwala, Emma Lindars, Shekinah Mcfarlane, Kayleigh McKnight, Christina Modestou, Brady Isaacs Pearce, Lauren James Ray, Danielle Steers, Laura Tebbutt, Jennifer Tierney, Rodney Vubya.

Louise Dearman has a plethora of credits and is best known as the only actress to ever play both Glinda and Elphaba in Wicked. Other notable roles include Eva Peron in Evita, Adelaide in Guys & Dolls and Daisy in Side Show. Louise has also starred as guest vocalist with Josh Groban, Michael Ball and Ramin Karimloo on both UK & International Tours. Louise is a regular on Friday Night is Music Night for BBC Radio 2 and has four studio albums under her belt.

Emma Hatton joins us having recently returned from her residency as guest vocalist for the world renowned Post Modern Jukebox. Following the release of her critically acclaimed debut EP, which went straight to number one in the iTunes Blues and Jazz Charts, Emma has sold out solo shows across the UK. As a Musical Theatre Performer Emma is best known for having starred as Eva Peron in Evita, Elphaba in Wicked and Scaramouche in We Will Rock You. Emma was recently chosen to perform as Eva Peron in the BBC documentary celebrating 40 years of Evita.

West End Live Lounge was set up in 2017 by Shaun McCourt, 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 Samaritans. Previous events have raised money for UNICEF, Barnardos, Mind, Centrepoint and Women’s Aid.

Priority tickets will go on sale  at 10:00 on Thursday 21st February and general sale on Monday 25th February.

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