Musical theatre concerts in London you won’t want to miss

By | Posted on 08-Jul-2019

Musical theatre concerts in London you won’t want to miss

If you’re looking to experience the very best of what London’s theatre scene has to offer without the structure of a full-length musical, why not head to musical theatre concerts around the city? See some of the West End’s biggest names take to the microphone as part of a series of solo concerts or a headline act in a festival-style performance as stages across the capital will be home to unforgettable nights of entertainment.

Concerts for any musical theatre lover

Lucie Jones at the Adelphi Theatre

Accompanied by the 22-piece London Musical Theatre Orchestra, don’t miss Waitress star Lucie Jones live at the Adelphi Theatre for one night only. Joined by John Owen-Jones and Marisha Wallace, the night is set to be a celebration of her career, from The X Factor and Eurovision as well as roles in musicals including Les Miserables, The Wedding Singer and Legally Blonde.

The Secret Garden at the London Palladium

The Tony Award-winning musical returns to London for two special concert performances at the London Palladium, starring Ramin Karimloo, Lucie Jones and Jac Yarrow. Based on Frances Hodgson Burnett’s twentieth-century tale, join a young British girl who is sent Yorkshire where she lives with family and relatives she has never met, facing up to the decisions she’s made along the way. With two concerts on 4th April 2020, you’ll want to book tickets for The Secret Garden now.

Monday Favourites at The Other Palace

Following the previous Sunday Favourites season at The Other Palace, four stars will take to the off-West End stage to perform a solo concert in March and April 2020.

The season will open with a concert by Divina de Campo on 2nd March 2020. A finalist on RuPaul’s Drag Race, she has also performed on The Voice and as a judge on the BBC series All Together Now.

Currently starring in & Juliet as Romeo, Jordan Luke Gage will perform at The Other Palace as part of Monday Favourites on 16th March 2020. Gage has also performed in Bat Out Of Hell at the Dominion Theatre, so don’t miss out on your chance to see this rising star!

Maiya Quansah-Breed is the final performer as part of the Monday Favourites season, who is best known for playing Catherine Parr in Six at the Arts Theatre.

Greenwich Music Time Festival

Originating the role of Christine in The Phantom of the Opera, don’t miss Sarah Brightman at Greenwich Music Time on Monday 6th July. Having sold over 30 million records, she’s one of the world’s most recognisable stars, selling out a concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

In July 2020, Lea Salonga and John Barrowman will perform a concert together as part of Greenwich Music Time’s festival. Get ready for a magical performance from these West End stars, featuring one of the world’s greatest singers and the ultimate showman.