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Photo credit: Ruthie Henshall in Godspell (Photo courtesy of Chloé Nelkin Consulting)

‘Godspell’, ‘Falling Stars’ and ‘Little Wars’ to return online

The acclaimed revivals will stream once more in the New Year.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Following news that London is a "tier four" area and under the highest Coronavirus restrictions, productions will be returning online. So far, three productions have been confirmed, available via BroadwayHD, Broadway On Demand and Stream.Theatre.

Thomas Hopkins of Ginger Quiff Media said: "It's an incredibly tough time for the industry, which once again finds itself in a state of limbo. We must continue to be resilient in the face of adversity, finding new ways to let quality entertainment and talent continue to thrive. Theatre is the perfect form of escapism and we're thrilled to be able to contribute to this in some way with these amazing digital performances which will now reach a wider audience, both in the UK and internationally."

The 50th anniversary concert of Godspell will be available to enjoy once again, with Ruthie Henshall and Darren Day reprising their roles from the 1993 cast recording. There's also performances from Sam Tutty, Ria Jones and Jenna Russell, available from 22 December.

Upcoming performances of Falling Stars at the Union Theatre will now take place from 1 - 14 Feb. 2021. Peter Polycarpou and Sally Ann Triplett star in a musical revue, filled with nostalgic hits.

After an initial engagement, audiences can enjoy Little Wars once more from 1 - 14 Feb. 2021. A cast including Juliet Stevenson and Sophie Thompson star in the fictional literary meet, with the show already raising £7,500 for charity.

Photo credit: Ruthie Henshall in Godspell (Photo courtesy of Chloé Nelkin Consulting)


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