A Musical Theatre Christmas Press Release
Mark Robert Petty presents ‘A Musical Theatre Christmas’, returning to St. Paul’s (The Actors’ Church) on Sunday 3rd December at 7.30pm featuring an all-star West End cast.
The show annually attracts talent from long-running and new West End musicals who perform traditional and contemporary Christmas favourites to raise funds for Acting For Others and The Actors’ Church Benevolent Fund. The show will be hosted by Comedian Sooz Kempner.
Joe Barker, Broadway's Jen Burleigh-Bentz, Kieran Brown, Eddie Elliott, Kara Lily Hayworth, Kim Ismay, Idriss Kargbo, Sooz Kempner, Laine Theatre Arts, Georgia Lennon, Alex Lodge, Olivia McBeth, Nathaniel Morrison, Jane Milligan with Wendy Parkin & Julian Littman, Jack Reitman, The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, Chris Weeks and The West End Gospel Choir.
MUSICAL DIRECTOR: Annemarie Lewis Thomas
Producer Mark Robert Petty said, “This promises to be a truly magical evening of holiday music and celebration. Our volunteer West End professionals make this once-a-year event a hot ticket on a cold night.”
Booking is now open at:
Standard tickets: £45. Restricted view: £30 (pulpit partially obscures sight lines). Premium tickets: £65 (First two rows + plus a glass of champagne)
Running time: 2hrs 30mins approx. The venue is wheelchair accessible. There are no on-site public toilets.
Show: A Musical Theatre Christmas
Date: 3rd December 2022
Running Time: 2hrs 30 mins (approx)
ABOUT ACTING FOR OTHERS: “St Paul’s Church Benevolent Fund goes towards the work done at St Paul’s Church with rough sleepers and other vulnerable folk which live and work in our local area of Covent Garden. Projects include “Drama for Healing”, a group which meet in the church on a weekly basis. It is aimed at vulnerable women who live in sheltered housing. It gives them a chance to come together, share in a safe space and take part in activities to help promote connection and conversation.
ABOUT THE ST PAUL’S CHURCH BENEVOLENT FUND: “The Actors’ Church Benevolent fund goes towards the work done at St Paul’s Church with rough sleepers and other vulnerable people who live and work inCovent Garden. Projects include our “Coffee with a Cop” every second Wednesday of the month and our church care and cleaning programme which encourages unemployed people to come and undertake work in the church in order to gain experience which can lead to further opportunities.