Watch Waitress London cast perform at West End Live with Lucie Jones, David Hunter and Charlotte Riby

Lucie Jones led the cast of Waitress for a performance at West End Live this weekend.

Back for 2019 bigger than ever, West End Live is a free concert held each year in London’s Trafalgar Square, showcasing some of the West End’s biggest and newest shows.

One of the performances on Saturday’s (June 22) line up was from the cast of Waitress.

Featuring Lucie Jones in the role of Jenna, with David Hunter as Dr. Pomatter and Charlotte Riby as Becky, the cast performed a medley of songs including I Didn’t Plan It, Bad Idea and She Used To Be Mine.

You can watch Waitress’s performance from West End Live 2019 below…

With a Tony and Grammy nominated score by Sara Bareilles, a book by Jessie Nelson and direction by Paulus, Waitress features a ground-breaking, all-female lead creative team.

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It tells the story of Jenna a waitress and expert pie-maker who dreams of a way out of her small town and rocky marriage.

Originally opening in February, the musical just extended its booking period until December 7, 2019 with new tickets now on sale.

Lucie Jones is currently appearing in the lead role as Jenna while Pussycat Doll and Strictly Come Dancing star Roberts plays the role of Dawn.

Meanwhile, The Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison joins in the role of Ogie.

Other cast include Marisha Wallace as Becky with Peter Hannah as Earl, David Hunter as Dr. Pomatter and Shaun Prendergast as diner owner Old Joe.

Waitress plays at the Adelphi Theatre with performances Monday to Saturday at 7:30pm with Wednesday & Saturday matinees at 2:30pm.

Other shows appearing on West End Live’s this Saturday included Disney’s Aladdin, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Come From Away, Wicked and Les Misérables.

The free event will continue on Sunday, June 23. For more information visit

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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