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Roles we’ll never play

Roles we'll never play

London Theatre News Today: Friday 8 January

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood First Published 8 January 2021, Last Updated 11 January 2021

Roles We’ll Never Play streams next week

Following on from two successful years of concerts in London, Tom Duern presents Roles We’ll Never Play, recorded live during its sell-out run at the Apollo Theatre, in the heart of London’s West End in December 2020.

Now is your chance to see this critically acclaimed production from the comfort of your own home!

Featuring an exceptional cast of over 25 performers and a live band, expect big performances and show-stopping vocals, watch some of your favourite West End stars sing tunes usually reserved for characters they’d never play.

You can watch the following performers belting it out: Kelly Agbowu, Laura Baldwin, Pearce Barron, Luke Bayer, Courtney Bowman, Lauren Byrne, Mary Jean Caldwell, Lloyd Daniels, Nicole Raquel Dennis, Tom Duern, Alice Fearn, Chris Howell, Idriss Kargbo, Caroline Kay, Josie Kemp, Renée Lamb, Michael Mather, Rhianne-Louise Mccaulsky, Grace Mouat, Billy Nevers, Trevor Dion Nicholas, Eve Norris, Oliver Ormson, Maiya Quansah-Breed, Alan Richardson, Lauren Soley, Markus Södergren,  Karen Wilkinson, Danielle Steers, Rodney Vubya.

Shows will be streamed on Friday 15 January, Saturday 16 January, Sunday 17 January at 7pm, and you can find tickets here!

Monday Night At The Apollo moves to April

Monday Night at the Apollo is a brand-new concert series taking place in front of a socially distanced audience at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue.

Having been rescheduled from Januaury, the concerts will now take place on Monday 12 and 26 April and 10 May 2021, and will also be livestreamed to audiences at home.

An intimate evening of conversation and song hosted by Greg Barnett, Monday Night at the Apollo will see some of the West End’s best-known performers sing an eclectic mix of music from their favourite genres.

Performers will share their most cherished memories and experiences from their careers, alongside performances of music which is personal to them, in a relaxed and informal theatrical celebration.

The first concert will feature Rosalie Craig, Arthur Darvill, Hadley Fraser, Lucie Jones and Cedric Neal, with further appearances TBA.

Monday Night at the Apollo has been conceived of to support the theatre industry and ten percent of all ticket sales will be donated to Acting for Others, an organisation made up of 14 individual theatrical charities. 

 

 

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