Musical theatre graduates to perform in online concerts from Cadogan Hall

Musical theatre and drama graduates will take to the stage in a series of new online charity concerts.

The Graduates at Cadogan Hall Series will welcome 40 recent graduates to perform at London’s Cadogan Hall.

A trio of concerts will be hosted by West End performers Grace Mouat, Luke Bayer and Courtney Bowman, streaming nightly between 26 and 28 March 2021 at 7:30PM.

The concerts, which will be available to watch internationally, will then be available on demand between 28 March and 4 April.

Profits from the shows will go to actors charity Acting for Others.

The full cast of performers across the three shows are: Abel Law, Alice Croft, Amelia Atherton, Aoife O’Dea, Ayesha Patel, Ben Joyce, Beth Mabin, Bibi Jay, Cassie McCluskey, Charlotte Hannah Jones, Curtis Patrick, Darcy Finden, David Mairs-McKenzie, Dean Makowski-Clayton, Fallon Mondlane, Faye Wheeler, Gabe Hampton-Saint, George Maddison, Georgia Lennon, Harriet Waters, Henry Shine, India Chadwick, Jay Worley, Jennifer Adab, Jo Stephenson, Joely Colleen Emms, Karen Wilkinson, Kingsley Morton, Kyle Birch, Lewis Snell, Mark Lockhart, Markus Sodergren, Megan Cerys-Holland, Millie Cranston, Nardia Ruth. Nathan Shaw, Niels Bouwmeester, Olivia Lallo and Sam Rippon.

Sam Young will be the musical director.

Tickets cost £15 with the option of adding more charitable donation to Acting for Others – purchase online here.

Producer Ameena Hamid said: “With over 200 applicants, we were blown away by the talent of 2020 and 2021 graduates and are so pleased to announce the 40 performers taking part in Graduates at Cadogan Hall.

“We are also delighted to announce Sam Young as MD for the events, a real talent we are looking forward to seeing big things from in the future, and fabulous West End performers Grace, Luke and Courtney hosting the show. Thanks to our partnership with the Rayvox Reignite Fund, all the applicants will get an SOVT Straw to develop and maintain their vocal health.”

About the author: Rachel Wise

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