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Beverley Knight leads Memphis charity gig

First Published 1 September 2015, Last Updated 1 September 2015

Beverley Knight, Matt Cardle and the cast of Olivier Award-winning hit Memphis The Musical will perform a one-off charity concert Live From Memphis at the Hippodrome Casino later this month.

Held in aid of the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health awareness charity the Terrence Higgins Trust, the event will take place on 24 September and will see the production’s stars sing a range of material, from crowd favourites to musical surprises.

Talking about the event on Twitter, leading lady Knight said:


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A tale of fame and forbidden love told through the music of Bon Jovi’s David Bryan, Memphis The Musical tells the story of white radio DJ Huey as he joins forces with singer Felicia to bring her music to the masses over the airwaves.

Tickets for the charity event can be purchased through the Hippodrome Casino’s website.

With less than two months to see the acclaimed musical before it closes at the Shaftesbury Theatre on 31 October, musical theatre fans can also grab themselves half price midweek tickets to Memphis The Musical with the return of TKTS’ hugely popular promotion West End Wednesdays. Visit the TKTS website for full details. For all other performances, you can book tickets through us.


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