The Theatre Support Fund+, the team behind ‘The Show Must Go On!’ campaign and Take Two Theatricals present, THE SHOW MUST GO ON! LIVE AT THE PALACE THEATRE for four performances on 13, 14 & 15 November 2020 at the Palace Theatre, London.
THE SHOW MUST GO ON! LIVE AT THE PALACE THEATRE will be a concert celebrating the wealth of West End talent with all profits going to Acting For Others and The Fleabag Support Fund. The concert will be a collection of cast performances from West End shows. Shows confirmed to perform include & Juliet, Come From Away, Dear Evan Hansen, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, MAMMA MIA!, The Prince of Egypt, SIX, TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL, and Wicked. Further shows and an all star cast will be announced soon!
THE SHOW MUST GO ON! LIVE AT THE PALACE THEATRE will be the first show to reopen The Palace Theatre as part of Nimax Theatre’s autumn season of socially distanced shows.
Cast performances from shows confirmed so far include:
Come From Away
Dear Evan Hansen
There’s Something About Jamie
Prince of Egypt
The concert will be directed by Luke Sheppard and Anna Fox, Set Design by Soutra Gilmour Lighting Design by Neil Austin and Howard Hudson, Video Design by Fray Studio, Sound Design by Adam Fisher and Musical Supervisor and Conductor is Stephen Brooker.
THE SHOW MUST GO ON! LIVE AT THE PALACE THEATRE is produced by Chris Marcus & Damien Stanton for the Theatre Support Fund+ with Executive Producers, Jack Maple & Brian Zeilinger-Goode for Take Two Theatricals.
Casting to be announced soon.
Capacity at the Palace Theatre has been reduced to comply with COVID-19 Secure guidelines for social distancing plus robust risk mitigation. In addition to hand sanitation, face coverings and track and trace, other measures will include contactless tickets, temperature testing and the deep clean and sanitation of the theatre.
The Show Must Go On! Live at the Palace Theatre
113 Shaftesbury Ave, Soho, London W1D 5AY
Performance dates and times:
Friday 13 November 7.00pm
Saturday 14 November 2.00pm & 7.00pm
Sunday 15 November 7.00pm