Online musical series In The Wings returns for new episodes

Online musical series In The Wings will return this month for a third outing.

Each weekly episode will feature interviews and performances from West End talent and emerging artists.

The upcoming series will see composers, writers, and creatives of musical theatre productions talk about their work as the show focuses on a variety of new musical theatre writing and provides a platform for creatives to present their work to a wide audience.

Series Three will air weekly from Friday, 22 October at 7:30PM on the In the Wings YouTube Channel. The series is free to watch on-demand indefinitely with musical direction by Henry Brennan, visual design by Justin Williams, and casting by Kelly Everitt.

The third series features six shows: Améliore, Deptford Wives, Fiver, Reality Bites: The Interactive Musical, The Red Side of the Moon, and Tarrytown. In each episode, Michael Auger will chat to creatives from the shows, discussing their work, inspiration and the future of their productions.

Each episode also includes variety of performances of songs from those shows, as well as already known musicals. The West End cast of performers is made up of Emma Lindars (Groundhog Day, Made in Dagenham), Nikita Johal (Broken Wings, What the Ladybird Heard) and Cleve September (Hamilton, Jesus Christ Superstar).

They will be joined weekly by a number of 2021 Graduates from MT colleges across the UK. The graduate cast is made up of Naomi Alade (London College of Music), Anna Amelia (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Olivia Brookes (ArtsEd), Owen Clayton (ArtsEd), Georgia Dixon (Italia Conti) and Sydnie Hocknell (ArtsEd).

The band for the third series is made up of Henry Brennan (Keys/MD), Leon Stenning (Guitars), Mark Fincham (Bass Guitar), and Nick Anderson (Drums).

In The Wings first started during lockdown in June 2020 with four episodes while the second was broadcast in autumn 2020. To date the show has seen an average of more than 10,000 viewers per episode.

In the Wings can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube at /inthewingslive. Head to

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.


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