Hadley Fraser and Ramin Karimloo set for West End concert

Hadley Fraser and Ramin Karimloo will play a one-night-only West End concert at the Savoy Theatre this month.

The pair will appear in From the Rehearsal Room: Live at the Savoy on Sunday, 26 November. Tickets are on sale now here.

From The Rehearsal Room emerged from the creative minds of Hadley Fraser and Ramin Karimloo during a period of quarantine in Tokyo. With the abrupt shift away from live performances, they chose to film their practice sessions for both their expected audience and, as fortune would have it, many more.

The aim for Karimloo and Fraser was to share the unfiltered, genuine moments of their rehearsal process, conveying the passion and affection they hold for the musicals they’ve been part of, both as a duo and individually, as well as for the ones they admire but have yet to perform. The result was something truly special—an intimate glimpse into the world of two longtime friends and the musical and life inspirations that drive them. This is the essence of From The Rehearsal Room: Live at the Savoy.

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From The Rehearsal Room offers a musical voyage through theatre, tailored specifically to each location and city, with a programme that transforms with every performance. Yet, the enduring connection between the two artists—friends and collaborators for over two decades—remains the constant heart of the show. Their growth, both personally and professionally, is evident as they continue to cherish the act of performing, both with and for each other.

Karimloo said: “Hadley and I are thrilled to be performing From The Rehearsal Room for the first time in London in front of a live audience. This will be a one-night only engagement and what a privilege to be in the iconic and beautiful Savoy Theatre.”

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.