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Roles We’ll Never Play concert to stream online in March

Roles We’ll Never Play’s West End concert is to stream online again in March.


The socially distanced concert originally took place at London’s Apollo Theatre on Sunday, 6 December and Monday, 7 December.

A recording of the second of those two shows will now stream online between 19 and 21 March via stream.theatre.

Tickets are on sale online here priced at £15.

The concert sees a host of West End stars singing songs from the roles they’d usually never get to play on stage.

The line up features Kelly Agbowu (Waitress), Laura Baldwin (Waitress), Pearce Barron (Hairspray), Luke Bayer (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie), Courtney Bowman (Six), Lauren Byrne (Six), Mary-Jean Caldwell (Les Misérables), Lloyd Daniels (Joseph!, ITV’s The X Factor), Nicole Raquel Dennis (Dreamgirls, Dear Evan Hansen) and Tom Duern (Gretel, Pirates Of Penzance).

They’re joined by Matt Facchino (Sweeney Todd), Alice Fearn (Come From Away, Wicked), Chris Howell (Hairspray), Idriss Kargbo (Wicked), Caroline Kay (The Space Between), Josie Kemp (Les Misérables), Renée Lamb (Be More Chill, Six), Michael Mather (Soho Cinders), Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky (Tina The Musical, Grease The Musical) and Billy Nevers (Jesus Christ Superstar, & Juliet).

Completing the cast are Trevor Dion Nicholas (Aladdin), Eve Norris (Be More Chill), Oliver Ormson (Frozen, The Addams Family), Natalie May Paris (Six), Maiya Quansah-Breed (Rent, Six), Alan Richardson (Chicago), Lauren Soley (Les Misérables), Danielle Steers (Six, Bat Out Of Hell) and Rodney Vubya (Evita, Tina The Musical).

They’ll be joined by recent graduates Karen Wilkinson (Mountview) and Markus Sodergren (ArtsEd).

The concert is directed by Sasha Regan with Musical Direction by Flynn Sturgeon and hosted by Carl Mullaney. The concert is produced by Tom Duern.

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.