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Waitress the Musical

Waitress to host two cast album karaoke nights at the Adelphi Theatre

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Waitress has announced it will be hosting two "cast album karaoke" nights, inviting audience members to sing on stage at the Adelphi Theatre after a performance of the musical.

On Tuesday 19th February and Monday 18th March, audience members can sign up before the performance to sing one minute of their favourite Waitress tune on stage, accompanied by musical director Katharine Woolley after the show. 

Tickets for these performances can be bought by selecting the dates in the drop down on this page (right-hand side for desktop users and below for mobile users). 

The musical features a Grammy-nominated original score written by Sara Bareilles, including songs such as "Opening Up", "The Negative", "You Matter to Me" and "She Used to Be Mine".

Waitress follows the story of Jenna, a small town waitress and pie maker who is trapped in a loveless marriage. Learning of a pie making competition in a nearby town, Jenna enters in the hope of starting a new life.

Katharine McPhee will make her West End debut as Jenna Hunterson, reprising her Broadway performance. Last week, further casting was announced including Marisha Wallace (Becky), Laura Baldwin (Dawn), Peter Hannah (Earl) and David Hunter (Dr. Pomatter).

Waitress "cast album karaoke" nights are to take place after performances on 19th February 2019 and 18th March 2019.

Waitress is at the Adelphi Theatre from 8th February 2019.

Waitress tickets are available now.

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