Theatrical charity, Acting For Others, today announces the brand new location for the third annual West End Bake Off.
Many West End shows come together to compete in the most anticipated theatrical baking competition of the year. The fundraiser will now take place at The Actor’s Church St Pauls, on Saturday 20 May, with judges to be announced at a later date.
Last year, there were wafers from Wicked, macaroons from Mamma Mia and carrot cake from The Comedy About A Bank Robbery and many more cake creations judged by Dame Barbara Windsor, Christopher Biggins and Michael Ball who crowned The Secret Garden as the winners.
The event is free for members of the public to attend, with judging beginning at 10.30, and the winners will be announced at 11am, when the Bake Off will be declared open for the public to buy cakes, signed posters and mingle with cast and crew from the shows.
In 2016, over £6,000 was raised and over 20 West End theatres took part.
West End Bake Off is being held in aid of Acting for Others, a fundraising organisation for 15 UK theatrical and welfare charities.
For those unable to attend the event, Acting for Others can still be supported by donating at its Just Giving page.