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Watch Wicked at West End Live 2019 with Sophie Evans and Laura Pick

Watch Wicked’s performance at West End Live 2019 right here.


West End Live was back this weekend for 2019.

The annual free event in London’s Trafalgar Square features performances from the West End’s numerous ongoing and upcoming musicals.

One of the productions performing for 2019 was Wicked, with Sophie Evans as Glinda and Laura Pick as Elphaba performing For Good and Defying Gravity.

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

One of the world’s biggest musicals, Wicked has been running at the Apollo Victoria Theatre now for 13 years – and recently extended until May 2020.

The magical tale reveals the ‘true untold story’ behind the Wizard Of Oz and just what happened before Dorothy dropped in. Featuring some of musical theatre’s most iconic songs, such as Defying Gravity and Popular, Wicked will send your spirits soaring to heights you’ll never forget.

Book Wicked London tickets here »

500,000 tickets were released last month for performances on Monday-Saturday at 7:30pm with Wednesday & Saturday matinees at 2:30pm.

Other shows appearing on West End Live’s Saturday schedule included Disney’s Aladdin, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, On Your Feet!, Come From Away, The Phantom of the Opera and Les Misérables.

Joining them were 9 to 5 The Musical, Mamma Mia!, Waitress, Six, Jesus Christ Superstar, & Juliet, Thriller Live, The View Upstairs.

Plus, there were performances from West End stars Louise Dearman and John Owen-Jones as well as the students of the Sylvia Young Theatre School.

West End Live will continue tomorrow, Sunday June 23.

Sunday’s show will start an hour later, from 12PM. As well as more musical performances, there will be performances from Nathan Amzi, Lucie Jones and West End Gospel Choir.

You can review Sunday’s full West End Live line up here!

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.