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Sunday Favourites At The London Palladium

Sunday Favourites At The London Palladium

Joe McElderry, Danielle Hope & more to perform Sunday solo concerts

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson Published 28 March 2019

Musical theatre stars Joe McElderry, Danielle Hope, Jamie Muscato and Marisha Wallace will perform a series of solo concerts, Sunday Favourites At The Other Palace, throughout May and June.

Performing a unique set of their favourite musical songs, Joe takes to the stage on 5 May, followed by Marisha on 19 May, Jamie on 9 June, and Danielle on 30 June.

Producers Jamie Lambert and Eliza Jackson, co-founders of Lambert Jackson, said today, “We are thrilled to bring this incredible line up of stars to The Other Palace and offer theatre fans a chance to see exclusive performances from some of the best in musical theatre in such an intimate setting.”

Sunday Favourites is a fitting title for the quartet of stars: Joe shot to fame as the sixth series winner of The X Factor, going on to star in the UK tour of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, while Danielle won BBC talent contest Over The Rainbow and, with it, the chance to play Dorothy in The Wizard Of Oz at The London Palladium in 2011.

Jamie Muscato, meanwhile, recently starred as the ruthless JD in Heathers The Musical (West End and The Other Palace), and has previously performed in Big Fish (The Other Palace), Lazarus (King’s Cross Theatre) and Bend It Like Beckham (West End). And Marisha, currently playing Becky in Waitress, is a West End and US star, playing the role of Effie White in Dreamgirls on both sides of the Atlantic.

Tickets for Sunday Favourites At The Other Palace are available via the venue’s website.


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