Platform - Dylan Wynford (26 March)

Platform - Dylan Wynford

26 March


Dylan Wynford is a punk-rock reject from Shropshire, a musical theatre composer and performer. Wynford works predominantly in new musical theatre, originating parts and working with leading figures including Adam Lenson & Rebecca Taischman. He has worked on several productions including critically acclaimed revivals of Parade, Just So and My Land's Shore and most recently, appearing in Now and Then at Above the Stag. 

Wynford has written from a young age and a collection of his earliest songs was brought together in his first musical, Bright Young Things; performed at The Other Palace in 2017. He has since worked on several shows as a composer including The Lost Ones and The Throwaways. 

In 2018, Wynford formed his four piece band, Dylan Wynford and His Yesteryears. The band released their first single 'Fall With Me' in 2018, followed by 'Romcoms' in 2019. In 2020, Wynford released two E.Ps, 'Songs For Losers' and 'I Don't Know What I'm Doing', both are available to stream on all major streaming services. 

Dylan is excited to be coming to one of his favourite venues in the heart of the West End, to bring audiences an evening focused on re-connection through love of music with a live band and special guests.


Olivia Wormald- Violin 

Evan McCabe- Piano 

Albert Graver- Bass

Tom Miles- Guitar

Special Guests TBA 


PLATFORM is Iris Theatre’s new initiative to champion breakout artists taking the next steps in their professional life. This event series will see the company host monthly showcase nights that will run throughout 2021, spotlighting performers from a variety of disciplines. To find out more click here


Dates & Times:

26th March - 7.30pm


£15 per individual ticket(limited availability)

£30 per Bubble Ticket (each Bubble Ticket seats two)

Running Time: Approx. 70 minutes (no interval)


Please be aware that social distancing will be in place during this performance. In brief, here are some of the measures we have taken in accordance with government advice.

- Entrance to the grounds will be via Bedford Street ONLY

- All bookings are per 2 people who are bubbled together. There are a limited number of single tickets available in the gallery.

- Patrons will be directed to their seats on arrival 

- Seating pairs are distanced by 2 metres from the next pair.

- Where possible, social distancing to be maintained when in queues.

- You will be kindly asked for your temperature to be checked through an infrared thermometer as you arrive to pick up your ticket. If you are over the recommended temperature, or showing Covid symptoms, then you may be asked to leave, with a full refund or ticket voucher offered.

- You have been asked for your details when you purchase your tickets, this is in line with government guidelines to collect data if there is a need to contact people. Upon arrival you may be asked for your personal details, to be kept on record for no more than 21 days.

- To ensure the safety of other audience members and artists, we politely request that you wear a face covering during the event, you will only be allowed to take this off when you are having a drink.

- Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the church.

- A three metre distance will be in place between artists and the first row of audience for performances that include singing.

- There is one disabled toilet on site, we will be operating a no re-admittance policy during the show. 

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  • Friday 26 March

  • Tickets Available
    £30.0 (£15.0 concessions)

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