West End stars to celebrate Valentine’s Day with concert at Lyric Theatre

A host of West End stars will appear at a Valentines-themed concert this February.

West End Musical Love Songs will take place on Monday, 14 February 2022 at the Lyric Theatre in London.

From the producers of West End Musical Brunch, West End Musical Drive In, West End Musical Celebration and West End Musical Christmas, the concert will feature the biggest stars from London’s West End celebrating Valentine’s Day with the greatest love songs of musical theatre for one night only.

The all-star line-up includes Les Misérables stars Jon Robyns (currently playing Jean Valjean) and Shan Ako (who previously played Eponine), Wicked stars Emma Hatton and Nikki Bentley who both played the iconic Elphaba, Six stars Natalie Paris and Jodie Steele (who recently reprised her role as Heather Chandler in Heathers), everyone’s favourite swooner Matt Jeans (Joseph, White Christmas) and your host Shanay Holmes (The Bodyguard) who is currently originating the role of Cindy Breakspeare in Get Up Stand Up.

Shanay Holmes said: “We are delighted to announce this special concert under our award winning West End Musical banner. It promises to be the dream date night for fans who want to spend this Valentine with the one they really love… musical theatre!”

The set list is a closely guarded secret, but the show will feature some of the most romantic moments from your favourite musicals. Expect iconic ballads from shows like Wicked and Phantom Of The Opera, moving duets from shows like Little Shop Of Horrors and Heathers, as well as up-tempo numbers from shows like &Juliet and Moulin Rouge. Love will most definitely be in the air!

Get ready to sing, dance and be serenaded by the greatest musical love songs ever written!

Tickets are on sale now from nimaxtheatres.com

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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