Thursday, February 22

Tag: Ben Forster

West End superstars heading to Milton Keynes for 1 night only!
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West End superstars heading to Milton Keynes for 1 night only!

West End superstars: Lucie Jones, Ben Forster, Matt Henry MBE and Louise Dearman are part of the stunning cast line-up of this musical spectacular of the year, performing alongside a musical theatre orchestra conducted by the phenomenal John Quirk. This vibrant West End spectacular will cover the breadth of musical theatre from classic hits to ground-breaking new musicals including Chicago, Wicked, Cats, The Lion King, Waitress, Jesus Christ Superstar, Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman, The Phantom of the Opera and many more! As a prolific supporter of the West End for several years, the Alpha Family are thrilled to be bringing their uplifting and celebratory show direct from the best theatre district in the world to their home-city of Milton Keynes, showcasing the biggest, best and mo...
West End Musical Celebration – Palace Theatre
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West End Musical Celebration – Palace Theatre

Originally planned to be A West End Musical Christmas, and devised by the producers of West End Musical Drive In and West End Musical Brunch, in association with Nica Burns, this all-star concert morphed into a celebration of the gradual re-opening of the West End after the 15-month enforced hiatus. The stellar cast of Ben Forster, Alice Fearn, Sophie Evans, Layton Williams, Rachel John, Trevor Dion Nicholas and Shanay Holmes represent the very best of what the West End has to offer and this show provides a great showcase for their talents. There are many high points in a show full of great moments. John blows away the audience with "Don't Rain On My Parade", Dion Nicholas reminds the audience of what a perfect genie he was with Aladdin's "You Never Had A Friend Like Me", and Forster r...
A Killer Party – stream.theatre
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A Killer Party – stream.theatre

The whodunnit musical Curtains meets everybody’s favourite video conferencing software Zoom in this nine-part murder mystery by Rachel Axler and Kait Kerrigan. Having been created and developed in America last year, it is now premiering in the UK with an array of stage stars-turned-suspects. When jaded traffic warden Justine Case (Emma Salvo) is inexplicably asked to investigate a killing, she eagerly dons her deerstalker and heads to the crime scene. There, a gaggle of outlandish guests of West End producer Varthur McArthur (Jason Manford) nervously, bitterly and/or hungrily await questioning. Annoyingly, the reason Justine is asked to step up is never addressed and, as the main character, her aversion to theatre is unfortunate. Salvo nevertheless pumps the new mystery-solver with ...