BRINGING THE WEST END TO YOU
So many of us are saddened that worldwide theatre, as we know and love it, is on pause at the moment and yet the commitments of our fabulously talented performers, mortgage, rent, bills, goes on regardless.
The theatres may temporarily be dark, but The West End CAN still light up your screen with a season of online concerts featuring fabulous artistes such as Oliver Tompsett, Louise Dearman, Kerry Ellis, Jon Robyns and many more.
Below you will be able to rent these unique concerts
WITH PROCEEDS GOING DIRECT TO THE ARTISTS
The situation has been so very hard but together, we’ll turn lemons into fabulous theatre lemonade!
To quote Multi award winning Broadway writer & producer Rick Elice, upon hearing news of our forthcoming exciting project
“A world without theatre is a world without human beings. We’ve always had it, since people first gathered in a cave to hear a story. It’s in our DNA, and reminds us that we are part of something bigger than ourselves. As long as we’re here, we’ll need theatre - and the people who make it ..
and right now, the people who make it need us
It’ll be the most entertaining help you’ve ever given”
Jane Manuel - Applause Productions
Jon is one of the UK’s Leading Musical Theatre actors.
His long list of Theatre credits include Les Misérables, Hamilton, Avenue Q, RENT, Miss Saigon and many more.
As a solo vocalist, he has performed in China, South Korea, Australia, America, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Singapore and Vietnam as well as concerts at major UK venues including London’s O2, Royal Festival Hall and Royal Albert Hall.
Jon has released 2 Albums, completing a sell out UK tour of his most recent entitled, “Musical Direction”.
As well as acting, Jon tutors and directs at major drama schools in London and around the UK.
He is also patron of The South London Youth Theatre.
Released on 18th September
In 2018 Maiya graduated from The Guildford School of Acting and made her professional debut in SiX the musical. She finished her reign as Catherine Parr in October 2019. In 2019, Maiya was nominated for a Olivier Award for Best supporting actress, a Stage debut award for Best Actress in a musical, The Black British theatre award for Best Female and Recent graduate and A West End Wilma award for Rising Star.
Credits whilst training: Dottie (Nice work if you can get it), Ronnie (Hair) and Exotica (Cats)
Touring credits: Original UK Tour cast of Six (Catherine Parr)
West end credits: Original Six the musical West End cast 2019 (Catherine Parr)
Credits: Rent, Hope mill theatre 2020 (Mimi)
erry Ellis has fast become recognised starring in Westend musicals in London and on Broadway. She has also achieved chart-topping success as a recording artist signed to Universal Decca with her debut album Anthems.
Kerry originated the role of Meat, in Queen’s We Will Rock You and was the first British Elphaba in the West End smash, Wicked, for which Kerry won the 2008 Whatsonstage.com Award for ‘Best Takeover in a Role’. She then immediately transferred to Broadway and played Elphaba at the Gershwin Theater for 6 months, where she won the Broadway.com Audience Award for Favourite Female Breakthrough Performance, before returning to London for 6 months in 2009.
Her many other leading role credits include Nancy in Oliver! at Drury lane, Eliza Doolittle My Fair Lady, Ellen in Miss Saigon and Fantine in Les Miserables.
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Cedric Neal recently was a Semifinalist on 'The Voice UK' 2019 Series, where he was mentored by Sir Tom Jones.
West End Credits- "Chess" (Arbiter-London Coliseum), "Motown" (Berry Gordy-Shaftesbury Theatre)
Broadway Credits- "After Midnight" (Brooks Atkinson Theatre), "The Gershwins' Porgy And Bess" (Richard Rogers Theatre)
London Credits: "The View Upstairs" (Willie-Soho Theatre), "21 Chump Street" (Narrator-Courtyard Theatre), "King" (Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Jr.-Hackney Empire, "Rhythm Of Life" (St. James Theatre),"The Gershwins' Porgy And Bess (Sporting Life-Regent's Park Open Air Theatre)
UK Regional Credits: “Back To The Future” (Goldie Wilson - Manchester Opera House)
American Regional Theatre Credits: Dallas Theater Center, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Signature Theatre (Arlington, VA), Zach Theatre (Austin, TX), American Repertory Theatre (Cambridge, MA), WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three, Jubilee Theatre, Dallas Children's Theatre (Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas)
Television Credits: 'Friday NightLights' (NBC-Universal). 2012 & 2014 Tony Awards, and 2015 Olivier Awards.
Film Credits: Lost In London
Training: Eastman School Of Music (Rochester, NY), Booker T. Washington HSPVA (Dallas, Texas)
Glory to God for LIFE. Love to my Husband, Mitchell, and our Daughter, Brookland. Endless gratitude for Claire O'Sullivan and Revolution Talent.
Featuring West End Star Oliver Tompsett in an intimate social distanced live concert during COVID-19.
Oliver is currently playing the leading role of ‘Shakespeare' in & Juliet at The Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End. Also known for many shows such as Kinky Boots, Guys and Dolls, We Will Rock You, Rock of Ages and Wicked.
Louise Dearman most well known for playing the roles of Glinda and Elphaba in the West End production of Wicked. Notably, she is the only actress to have played both witches in any production of Wicked full time.
Most recently, Louise opened The Festival Of Remembrance in the presence of The Royal Family which was broadcast live on BBC One. Louise has performed as a guest artist for Josh Groban on his UK and European concert tour and was invited back to perform with him at The O2 Arena in 2018 and has also appeared as a guest artist for Michael Ball, Ramin Karimloo and Lee Mead. As a soloist , Louise has performed with many orchestras including The BBC Concert Orchestra, The London Concert Orchestra, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The John Wilson Orchestra, The Halle Orchestra, The Camerata, The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, The Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and many more. Louise has performed solo shows at The Other Palace, The Leicester Square Theatre, The Prince Edward Theatre, London (with Kerry Ellis) and performed The National Anthem at the Capital One Cup Final (Wembley Stadium)
241 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8EH