Online concert series Leave a Light On is to return for encore showings.
Over 70 of the virtual concerts, which first streamed live during lockdown, will be available to watch again via stream.theatre.
Concerts will stream daily between 15 March to 24 April with tickets available online here priced at £7.99 per concert (plus transaction fees).
The full line up of concerts available over the Spring is as follows:
Week 1 (15 March – 21 March)
Vicki Manser (Six), David Hunter (Waitress), Steph Parry (Mamma Mia, 42nd Street), Cassidy Janson (Beautiful the musical, Chess), Olivia Moore (Heathers, Waitress) and Piers Bate (Waitress, Kiss Me Kate), Julie Atherton (Avenue Q, Lift), Nadim Naaman (Phantom of the Opera, Broken Wings), Rachel Tucker (Come From Away, Wicked), Lucie Jones (Waitress), Beverley Knight (The Bodyguard, Memphis, Cats), Sophie Evans (Wicked, The Wizard Of Oz)
Week 2 (22 March – 28 March)
Adam Bailey (Book Of Mormon, Starlight Express) & Scott Hunter (Yank!, Cruel Intentions the musical), Natalie May Paris (Six) Lizzie Bea (Hairspray), Dean John-Wilson (Aladdin), Laura Baldwin (Waitress), Sam Tutty (Dear Evan Hansen), Josh Piterman (Phantom Of The Opera), Jordan Luke Gage (& Juliet), Tim Mahendren (& Juliet, Spring Awakening), John Owen-Jones (Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables), Emma Kingston (Evita, In The Heights), David Hunter (Waitress), Grace Mouat (Six, & Juliet), Rob Madge (Matilda, Les Miserables)
Week 3 (29 March – 4 April)
Miracle Chance (Be More Chill), Nicole Raquel Dennis (Dear Evan Hansen), Bronte Barbe (Over The Rainbow, Beautiful), Jarneia Richard Noel (Six), Grace Farrell (Les Miserables), Blake Patrick Anderson (Be More Chill), Sophie Isaacs (Six, Goldilocks and the Three Bears), Sarah O’Connor (Waitress, Frozen), Layton Williams (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie), Alice Fearn (Come From Away, Wicked), Lucie Jones (Waitress), Lauren Drew (Six, The Voice), Dave Willetts (Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera), Ashford Campbell (9 to 5 The Musical, Dreamgirls)
Week 4 (5 April – 11 April)
Hannah-Grace Lawson (Les Miserables), David O’Reilly (The Book of Mormon), Evelyn Hoskins (Waitress, Casualty), Lauren Drew (Six, The Voice), Sabrina Alouche (Les Miserables, Brooklyn, We Will Rock You), Kelly Mathieson (Phantom of The Opera), Katie Rowley Jones (Sister Act, Wicked), Lauren Byrne (Six, Beautiful –The Carole King Musical), Singer/songwriter Caroline Kay, Alistair Brammer (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables), Lauren Samuels (The Last Five Years, Bend It Like Beckham), Jodie Steele (Heathers, Rock of Ages, Six), Collabro star Jamie Lambert, Danielle Steers (Six, First Date).
Week 5 (12 April – 18 April)
Billy Nevers (& Juliet, Jesus Christ Superstar), Drag sensation Vicky Vox, Grad Fest, Nicholas McLean (Wicked, Avenue Q, First Date), Chelsea Halfpenny (Emmerdale, 9 to 5 The Musical), Tim Mahendran (& Juliet), Rachel John (Songs For A New World, Hamilton), Simon Bailey (Jersey Boys, I Can’t Sing, Phantom Of The Opera), Joel Harper Jackson (Kinky Boots), Declan Egan (Jersey Boys, The Book of Mormon), Christine Allado (Hamilton) and Luke Brady (Prince of Egypt), Daniel Koek (Les Miserables), Nathaniel Morrison (Jersey Boys, Waitress), Zoe Birkett (Pop Idol, The Bodyguard).
Week 6 (22 – 24 April)
Evie-Rose Lane (Footloose), Daniel Boys (Any Dream Will Do, Avenue Q) and International Drag Star Velma Celli.
Created by Lambert Jackson Productions and The Theatre Café, the Leave A Light On concert series made its debut in 2020.
Lambert Jackson Productions’ Jamie Lambert and Eliza Jackson said: “Leave a Light On’ was born out of the pandemic and the industry’s closure – we wanted to provide artists with the opportunity for paid work, and were thrilled we were able to support almost 80 performers across the two series.
“We’re incredibly proud of both series and the sheer quality of these at-home concerts, so are delighted to be able to share many of these performances with audiences again!”