Photo credit: (Courtesy of The Show Must Go On at the Palace Theatre via RAW PR)

Rescheduled dates for ‘The Show Must Go On’ concerts announced

The series of concerts will now take place in January 2021.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

The West End charity concert The Show Must Go On was due to take place at the Palace Theatre in November, but it's been rescheduled due to lockdown. Producers have announced rescheduled dates, with performances now taking place from 20 - 24 Jan. 2021.

Casting for the new concert dates is subject to change, based on availability. The previous line-up included Sam Tutty from Dear Evan Hansen, Layton Williams from Everybody's Talking About Jamie and ZIzi Strallen from Mary Poppins.

Other musicals set to take part include Six, Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Wicked, Matilda, & Juliet,Les Miserables, The Prince of Egypt, The LIon King, Come From Away, The Phantom of the Opera and Mamma Mia!.

All profits raised from the concerts will be donated to charity. Monies will be split between Acting For Others and the Fleabag Support Fund. Set up earlier this year, the Theatre Support Fund+ aims to support theatre industry workers throughout the coronavirus pandemic. To date, they've raised over £350,000, helped by 'The Show Must Go On!' artwork which has been put on t-shirts and face masks.

The Show Must Go On! Live at the Palace Theatre is at the Palace Theatre from 20 - 24 Jan. 2021.

Photo credit: (Courtesy of The Show Must Go On at the Palace Theatre via RAW PR)


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