Danielle Hope, Joanna Riding and Daniel Boys will perform a series of intimate concerts when Live In The Delfont Room: An Evening With… returns to the Prince of Wales Theatre’s studio space for a limited season of cabaret this summer.
Former Over The Rainbow winner Hope will kick off the monthly performances on 26 June. The actress, who will perform alongside special guests for the late night cabaret, was most recently seen on the West End stage in the role of Eponine in Les Misérables after making her professional debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Wizard Of Oz in 2011.
Hope will then hand over the baton to double Olivier Award winner Riding, who will perform on 31 July. The musical theatre star, who is set to appear in the West End transfer of The Pajama Game when it begins previews at the Shaftesbury Theatre on Friday, has previously performed in National Theatre productions of Carousel and My Fair Lady, performances that earned her the pair of prestigious statuettes.
On 28 August it will be down to Daniel Boys to hold court in the Delfont Room. Boys, who was most recently seen in Spamalot at the Playhouse Theatre, shot to fame, like Hope, on a BBC talent show. The former Any Dream Will Do contestant’s other West End credits include Rent, Godspell and Avenue Q.
Tickets for the trio of evenings are available from the Prince of Wales Theatre, where Olivier Award-winning hit The Book Of Mormon is currently entertaining audiences with its controversial and hilarious tale. Live In The Delfont Room: An Evening With… will continue in September, with more West End stars to be announced.