This is the weekend: theatre fans will be given further opportunity to enjoy the show in its entirety as it is made available to watch on ‘The Shows Must Go On!’ YouTube channel and for the seven days following the live broadcast at 7 PM UK time on Sunday 6th clicking here.
Filmed by National Theatre Live, the concert sees an array of musicals return to the West End stage for "a stunning concert performance that audiences can watch from the comfort of their homes for free".
THE SHOW MUST GO ON LIVE AT THE PALACE THEATRE is the biggest celebration of musical theatre this year with 18 of the biggest musicals in London West End all performing. Including TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL, Dear Evan Hansen, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, SIX, Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, WICKED, Royal Shakespeare Company’s Matilda The Musical, & Juliet, Les Misérables, Disney’s The Lion King, The Prince of Egypt, Come From Away, The Phantom Of The Opera, Mary Poppins, MAMMA MIA!, Back to the Future The Musical and Pretty Woman The Musical along with a thrilling line-up of West End talent, a multi award winning creative team and the finest musicians in London.
The line-up includes Aisha Jawando with a song from Tina – The Tina Turner Musical, Marcus Harman with a song from Dear Evan Hansen, Sharan Phull with a song from Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Collette Guitart and Hana Stewart from SIX, Trevor Dion Nicholas in a performance from Hamilton, Dom Simpson and Tom Xander in a performance from The Book of Mormon, Laura Pick from Wicked, Olly Dobson from Back to the Future The Musical, Aimie Atkinson from Pretty Woman The Musical, Tilly-Raye Bayer, Imogen Cole, Alyssa D'Souza, Alex Munden and Carly Thoms with a song from Matilda The Musical, Jordan Luke Gage from & Juliet, John Owen-Jones in a performance from Les Misérables, cast members from The Lion King, Christine Allado and Alexia Khadime from The Prince of Egypt, Alice Fearn in a song from Come From Away, Lucy St Louis and Rhys Whitfield from The Phantom Of The Opera, Zizi Strallen in a performance from Mary Poppins and Mazz Murray from Mamma Mia!.
Photos: Johan Persson