After a sell-out concert in February, West End Live Lounge returns to The Other Palace on Sunday 13th May at 6:30pm* with ‘Number 1’- an evening celebrating some of the biggest songs to top the charts in the world of music. A line up of some of the West End’s finest talent come together, alongside the Live Lounge band, to perform a variety of songs that have reached that pivotal number one spot. The evening will be hosted by Paul Taylor-Mills and Vikki Stone.
West End Live Lounge was set up in 2017, with the view to putting on concerts featuring West End talent to raise vital funds for charities. Previous events have raised money for UNICEF, Mind, Barnardos, and Women’s Aid. ‘Number 1’ will be raising money for Centrepoint- a charity set up to help homeless youths in the UK through rehabilitation, education and employment.
When speaking of the event its producer, Shaun McCourt said “I am delighted to be bringing West End Live Lounge to The Other Palace again. The continued support for this project really is overwhelming and I am beyond grateful to every single person involved.”. He went on to speak of the charity, saying “Recent adverse weather conditions really forced me to stop and reflect on just how difficult it is for those who have found themselves on the streets. The work Centrepoint do in helping homeless youths in the UK is remarkable. We are in a position in this industry where we have the opportunity to help others which is precisely why this project was started”
Cast (subject to availability) includes: Kelly Agbowu, Sabrina Aloueche, Moya Angela, Paul Ayres, Adam Bailey, Andrew Bateup, Christina Bennington, Divalution, Kit Esuruoso, Hannah Jane Fox, Stacy Francis, Natalie Green, Rob Houchen, Joel Harper-Jackson, Jodie Jacobs, Ruben Van Keer, Brennyn Lark, Emma Lindars, Rebekah Lowings, Andrew Polec, Brady Isaacs Pearce, Oliver Savile, Danielle Steers, Liam Tamne, Marisha Wallace, John Wilding, Paul Wilkins.
Musical direction by Sam Coates.
*Please note the earlier start time of 6.30pm
Tickets are priced between £15 and £20. To book, go online at www.theotherpalace.co.uk or phone 020 7087 7900. In person at 12 Palace Street, Westminster, London, SW1E 5JA, the box office is open 10.00am-6.30pm on show days and 10.00am-6.00pm on non-show days. Sundays and bank holidays may vary.