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Carrie Hope Fletcher as Cinderella

Carrie Hope Fletcher as Cinderella

London Theatre News Today: Friday 12 February

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood First Published 12 February 2021, Last Updated 15 February 2021

A third song is released from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella

Following the release late last year of ‘Only You, Lonely You’ sung by Ivano Turco, ‘I Know I Have A Heart’ is the second song by Carrie Hope Fletcher to be released from the forthcoming Cinderella soundtrack, after ‘Bad Cinderella’ came out to high acclaim in October. ‘Bad Cinderella’ has now been streamed over 1.4 million times globally and performed on The One Show and Children In Need 2020.

Victoria Hamilton-Barrett and Carrie Hope Fletcher

Andrew Lloyd Webber said: “I knew we needed a big power ballad moment for Cinderella and I am so excited for you to finally hear it. These things tend to come to you when you least expect them and I wrote this melody on a plane to LA. I sent it on to our lyricist and almost instantly David Zippel came back with the fantastic line, “I Know I Have a Heart Because You Broke it”. ‘I Know I Have A Heart’ is Cinderella’s ‘unrequited love moment’ in the show but I won’t tell you more than that other than what a thrill it is to have a voice like Carrie’s record it.”

Listen to I Know I Have A Heart here!

The full album of Cinderella, recorded last year during lockdown, is due for release in spring and available now for pre-order. Cinderella will open at the Gillian Lynne Theatre later this year.

Mischief Movie Night-In adds new streaming dates

Having successfully streamed 6 shows in December and 9 in January, the original Mischief Team are launching another 10 for February, including a Valentine’s Day Rom-Com and a Sequel Sunday!

In their final appearance, ahead of filming a new TV series, the Mischief team are returning to their emergency comedy bunker to stream a final run of movies to keep audiences entertained at home, until it’s safe to go back into theatres. So book now, then sit back, relax and enjoy a brand-new movie, brought to life before your very eyes.

New dates include Friday 12 – Sunday 14 February and Thursday 18 February – Sunday 21 February. BSL and captioned options are available on Friday 19 February, and audio description is available on Sunday 21 February.


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Showstopper! announces new dates

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical has announced new dates for 2021. The production will do one Monday show a month at the Garrick Theatre from April to October this year.

Every Showstopper! performance is a brand-new musical West End hit waiting to happen – so whether you fancy ‘Hamilton’ on Hampstead Heath or some Sondheim set in a castle, you say it and – as always – The Showstoppers will make it happen!

So check out the listing below for all the brand new dates!


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