The West End’s first chat show comes to London this December

The West End’s first chat show comes to London this December.

A Spotlight On will present A Spotlight On Live at the Sondheim Theatre on Sunday, 10 December.

The show will be hosted by Carl Mullaney (recently Albin in La Cage aux Folles, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), joined by mentalist AND illusionist Derren Brown and West End and Broadway stars Rachel Tucker and Andy Nyman.

Tickets for A Spotlight On Live go on general sale on Wednesday, 7 November at midday. Priority on sale will be given to DMT+ members at 10am and A Spotlight On Premium members at 11am.

Derren Brown made his debut on UK television with Mind Control specials in December 2000, swiftly becoming a household name for his psychological illusion skills.

He has recently taken on the role of creator, writer, and director for the show UNBELIEVABLE, which is currently being performed at the Criterion Theatre, in partnership with his regular collaborators, Andy Nyman and Andrew O’Connor.

Andy Nyman, recently cast as Horace Vandergelder in Hello, Dolly! at the London Palladium, boasts an impressive résumé that includes roles in Ghost Stories, Fiddler on the Roof and Hangman.

Rachel Tucker, a renowned figure on Broadway and the West End, is temporarily stepping into the spotlight as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard at the Savoy Theatre. Her illustrious career highlights include Come From Away, Wicked, The Last Ship, and Songs For A New World. In addition to her stage work, Tucker has just launched her latest album, titled ‘You’re Already Home.’

A Spotlight On Live is an exciting new event series that brings attention to the brightest stars in the theatrical realm and beyond.

This unique experience allows you to get intimately acquainted with these stars, giving you insights into their craft, the dedication required to maintain excellence, and the secrets of their success.

Enhanced by electrifying live performances, A Spotlight On Live offers you an exclusive opportunity to venture through the Stage Door and uncover the captivating world of theatre behind the scenes as you’ve never seen it before!

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.