Now branding as a digital venue, popular streaming platform stream.theatre have added a variety of exclusive performances for you to watch and fill that theatre void – including our popular Leave A Light On series.
Listings include Tyger Drew-Honey and Kirsten Foster in Rocky Road, Janie Dee in All on Her Own, Disenchanted: The Musical, Eurobeat: The Pride of Europe and Drew Gasparini’s I Could Use a Drink, plus episodic murder mystery musical A Killer Party.
Disenchanted: The Musical stars Jodie Steele as Snow White, Sophie Isaacs as Cinderella, Allie Daniel as Sleeping Beauty, Grace Mouat as Pocahontas, Millie O’Connell as The Little Mermaid, Courtney Bowman as Princess Badroulbadour, Natalie Chua as Hau Mulan, Shanay Holmes as The Princess Who Kissed The Frog, Aisha Jawando as Belle and Jenny O’Leary as Rapunzel. The show runs from 9 to 11 April.
Rocky Road runs from 30 April to 1 May and follows Zoe, whose life has been ripped apart. What does her caretake know, and how far will she go to find out? The show stars Drew-Honey and Foster.
Eurobeat: The Pride of Musical streams from 30 April to 10 May and stars a whole host of West End performers. Based on the Eurovision Song Contest, this is a world premiere of a cult musical that is guaranteed to be hilarious. Join David O’Reilly, Joanne Clifton, Tia Kofi, Harriet Thorpe, Tom Read Wilson, Christine Allado, Andy Coxon, Scott Garnham, Aisha Jawando, Scott Paige, Claudia Kariuki, David Ribi, Sooz Kempner, George Olney, Alexzandra Sarimiento and Jamie Tait for an evening you won’t forget!
Join Michael Auger, Sam Callahan, Linzi Hateley, David Ribi and Leah MacRae for A Night For Marie Curie. The show sees two hosts present a night of serious entertainment! It runs from 1 to 2 May.
Expect a night of progressive, contemporary musical theatre with Drew Gasparini’s I Could Use a Drink, sung by the UK’s best and rising stars! Streaming from 7 to 16 May, the poignant and hilarious show blends together the beauty of chaos and youth featuring the sublime vocals of Luke Bayer, Tom Francis, Ahmed Hamad, Caroline Kay, Olivia Lallo, Billy Nevers and Maiya Quansah-Breed.
A Killer Party streams from 26 April. A hilarious, episodic musical starring Jason Manford, Oscar Conlon-Morrey, Debbie Kurup, Cedric Neal, Amara Okareke, Lucas Rush, Emma Salvo, Ashley Samuels, Harriet Thorpe and Rachel Tucker, this show is filmed entirely from the artist’s homes, and will be released as an on-demand series.
Olivier Award-winning actress Janie Dee performs Terence Rattigan’s powerfully atmospheric one-woman play All On Her Own, streaming 30 April to 2 May.
Further streaming shows available include Super You from 9 to 11 April, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice until 18 April, Live in London concert series from the Hippodrome Casino on 9 to 11 and 16 to 18 April, Leave A Light On until 24 April, Scaramouche Jones until 11 April, The Ceremony until 11 April and In Pieces from 23 to 28 April.
The Irish Repertory Theatre Season present a season of shows, including On Beckett from 12 to 18 April, A Touch of the Poet from 19 to 25 April, The Weir from 3 to 9 May and Belfast Blues from 10 to 17 May.
Other shows include West End Acoustic from 15 to 18 April, Cruise from 15 to 25 April, Sirens of the Silver Screen from 19 to 25 April, Soft Sessions from 23 April to 2 May, Little Wars from 26 April to 16 May and Antigone from 20 to 22 May.
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