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Winter Warmers!

Join us for a concert featuring performances by Broadway and West End stars alongside emerging talent! They will be singing new musical theatre writing, new holiday writing as well as some Christmas classics. This is not to be missed!

We have an incredible line-up of performers including Tony-nominee Taylor Louderman (Mean Girls, Bring it On) Olivier-nominee Maiya Quansah-Breed (Rent, Six), Grace Mouat (& Juliet, Six), Emma Hatton (Wicked, Evita), Krystina Alabado (Mean Girls, The Mad Ones), Callum Heinrich (Mamma Mia) and recent graduates Marina Tavolieri and Matteo Johnson.

Winter Warmers will feature songs written by Ben Barrow & Lucy Ireland, Damian Barray, Olivia Jasper, Deborah Gersohn & Suzy Davies, Natalie Brown and Dominic Gray & Ceola Daly. Natalie and Olivia will also perform!

The concert will be streaming at 7:30pm GMT (2:30pm EST) on 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st December. Streaming links will be sent out 30 minutes before the show starts and it will be available to watch for 12 hours.

Tickets are £6 and can be bought here!

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Past Events

PAST: An Evening With Emerging Writers

An Evening With Emerging Writers’ is the first in a series of concerts showcasing the exceptional talent of rising musical theatre writers. This concert featured performances by up-and-coming performers alongside established West End performers.

We featured music from the follow writers: Ben Barrow & Lucy Ireland, Aron Sood & David Payne, G. Victoria Campbell & Joseph Purdue, Cat Bensley & Stuart Foulston, Dominic Gray & Ceola Daly, Sam Thomas, and Hilmi Jaidin.

The performers included: Grace Mouat (SIX, & Juliet), Marina Tavolieri (GSA Graduate), Olivia Yahouni (GSA Graduate), Jenny Legg (9 to 5, 42nd Street), Gregory George (Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Graduate), Olivia Jasper (Falmouth Graduate, Singer/Songwriter), Callum Heinrich (Mamma Mia), Kyle Birch (London College of Music Graduate), Elliot Gooch (Once On This Island, The Prince and the Pauper, Sarah Bailey (Arden School of Theatre Graduate), Lydia Fraser (Hamilton, Book of Mormon), Henry Key (Actor/Singer), Matthew Facchino (Sweeney Todd, All Male Pirates of Penzance) and Kelly Agbowu (Waitress, Les Miserables).

The concert was performed live from the Union Theatre and was streamed through Stream.Theatre