Carrie James Productions presents Your Song. A Night of Glitz, Glam and a bit of Rock in aid of SANDS Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
With a line up like no other this night will not fail to entertain and all for great charities. With performances from:**UPDATED** Rhiannon Porter, Christopher J Orton, Matthew Barrow, Kieran Brown, David Brewis, Ziggie Sky Ward, Tyler Scott, Elizabeth Kent, Sean Ridley, Gemma Chance, Rebecca Wicking, James Hume, Carrie Sutton, Tim Morgan, Danny Flitney, Jenna Boyd, Chloe Hart, Terry Saunders, Nathalie Gunn, Damian Robinson, Amelia Whitwood, Tamara Wall, Ben Vivian Jones, Jamie Birkett, Ross Cobbold, Rob Eyles, Stef Booth, Danny Lane, Elisabeth Ruth Webb, Laura Beth Mortemore, Nicola Lashley, Louise Amelia Lloyd, Francesca Ashcroft, Sarah Fothergill, Georgina Rose Rust and performances from students from The Musical Theatre Academy. We will also be joined by song writing duo Anderson and Petty. The evening will be hosted by Hazel Mallinson and Martin Williamson.
**Performers are subject to availability and can change at any point**
**Performers are subject to change! we will update this page when we can!**
Don’t miss your chance to see this one night only show full to the brim of incredible talent! Performers are subject to availability, to be kept up to date with all performers visit www.carriejamesproductions.co.uk or follow us on twitter @carriejamesprod
We will update this event page will a full list of performers too.
Book now at: www.leicestersquaretheatre.com or call: 08448 733433
Tickets are just £15 - book early to avoid disappointment.
Saw After the Turn last night for 4th time. It just gets better. The cast are incredible, emotional and believable. If you haven't been there is only a week left so don't miss the seeing creation of an incredible new show!
Oh and while we're at it - go and give my lovely, talented friend Jack Mailn an add, will you? Thanks guys! :)
Just got back from having seen the 1st preview of All New People at the Duke of York's. For a comedy it does take you on an emotional journey that has a dark side. Very well acted from an ensemble cast of 4. I think I was about the only person there who had never watched Scrubs!