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Photo credit: Bonnie Langford and Marisha Wallace (Photos courtesy of ANR PR)

Bonnie Langford and Marisha Wallace to star in Broadway themed concert

The line-up for The Theatre Channel's fifth episode has been announced.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

UPDATE: This episode from The Theatre Channel has been postponed, and will now be released on 19 February. 

Following the four previous episodes released by The Theatre Channel, West End stars taking part in the fifth episode have been confirmed. They'll all appear in the fifth and final episode titled The Golden Era of Broadway, which will be released on 29 Jan. 2021.

Producer Adam Blanshay said, "As we turn over a new leaf, a new page, and have a fresh start- The Theatre Channel jumps into 2021 with an exploration of 'The Golden Age of Broadway.' We're thrilled to have assembled such an acclaimed cast, exemplifying the best of British talent. While this episode revisits the classics, we aim to demonstrate how their soaring melodies and poignant lyrics are ever-so relevant today, hopefully instilling a fresh sense of meaning in a new generation of theatre-lover."

Performers taking part include:

Freddie Fox singing an arrangement of 'Willkommen' and 'Money' from Cabaret.
Bonnie Langford singing 'I Get A Kick Out Of You' from Anything Goes.
Marisha Wallace singing 'Somewhere' from West Side Story.
Mazz Murray singing 'Everything's Coming Up Roses' from Gypsy.
Gary Wilmot singing 'Luck Be A Lady' from Guys and Dolls.
Alyn Hawke and Emily Langham from the Café Four will be singing the duet 'Put On A Happy Face' from Bye Bye Birdie.

Launched earlier this year, the Theatre Channel has celebrated West End performers and different musical genres. All episodes are filmed at The Theatre Cafe.

The fifth episode is available from 29 Jan. 2021. More information can be found here

Photo credit: Bonnie Langford and Marisha Wallace (Photos courtesy of ANR PR)

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