‘Treason’ musical concerts to take place at Cadogan Hall
Concert performances will be available to stream in February.
Following the trickled releases of songs from Treason the Musical, a series of concert performances have been announced. The show will be filmed at Cadogan Hall and will be available to stream from 12 - 14 Feb. 2021.
Inspired by the foiled gunpowder plot of 1605, Treason tells of Guy Fawkes’ plans to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Treason is written by Kieran Lynn and Ricky Allan, with Allan also writing music and lyrics.
Casting so far includes Rosalie Craig as Martha Percy, Hadley Fraser as Robert Catesby, with Daniel Boys as King James and Kelly Agbowu as Eleanor Brooksby. Waylon Jacobs plays John Wright, with Emmanuel Kojo as Thomas Winter, Rebecca LaChance as Anne Vaux, Oliver Savile as Thomas Percy and Christina Modestou.
Songs released to date include “Take Things Into Our Own Hands” featuring Hadley Fraser, Waylon Jacobs, Emmanuel Kojo and Oliver Savile. “The Day Elizabeth Died” stars Kelly Agbowu, Hadley Fraser, Waylon Jacobs, Emmanuel Kojo, Rebecca LaChance, Christina Modestou and Oliver Savile and “Blind Faith” featuring Rosalie Craig and Oliver Savile. All songs can be listened to here.
The line-up of performers for the Treason concerts are to be announced, however they may differ from the artists on recorded tracks. Watch Daniel Boys and Oliver Savile sing "The Promise" from Treason below.
Treason the Musical is available at Cadogan Hall from 12 - 14 Feb. 2021. More information can be found here.
Photo credit: Treason the Musical artwork (Photo courtesy of Emma Holland PR)