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Photo credit: Courtney Bowman, Grace Mouat and Luke Bayer (Photo courtesy of Mobius Industries)

Musical theatre graduates to star in Cadogan Hall concerts

The concerts will support rising stars breaking into the performing arts industry.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

As the Coronavirus pandemic has halted the training of performing arts students and graduates, a series of concerts have been set up to celebrate their resilience. 40 performers will take part in the concerts, available to watch from 26 March - 4 April.

The musical theatre concerts will allow young artists to showcase their talents. The events will be hosted by Six stars Grace Mouat and Courtney Bowman, as well as Everybody's Talking About Jamie and Fiver's Luke Bayer.

The line up includes: Abel Law, Alice Croft, Amelia Atherton, Aoife O'Dea, Ayesha Patel, Ben Joyce, Beth Mabin, Bibi Jay, Cassie McCluskey, Charlotte Hannah Jones, Curtis Patrick, Darcy Finden, David Mairs-McKenzie, Dean Makowski-Clayton, Fallon Mondlane, Faye Wheeler, Gabe Hampton-Saint, George Maddison, Georgia Lennon, Harriet Waters, Henry Shine, India Chadwick, Jay Worley, Jennifer Adab, Jo Stephenson,Joely Colleen Emms, Karen Wilkinson, Kingsley Morton, Kyle Birch, Lewis Snell, Mark Lockhart, Markus Sodergren, Megan Cerys-Holland, Millie Cranston, Nardia Ruth, Nathan Shaw, Niels Bouwmeester, Olivia Lallo and Sam Rippon.

Three charity concerts will be available to watch at scheduled times from 26 - 28 March. After this, they'll be streaming on demand to 4 April, with all profits going to Acting for Others.

More information on the Graduates at Cadogan Hall series can be found here

Photo credit: Courtney Bowman, Grace Mouat and Luke Bayer (Photo courtesy of Mobius Industries)

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