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The Barn Theatre concerts to celebrate the music of Dominic Powell and Gus Gowland

Dominic Powell and Gus Gowland

The Barn Theatre is to celebrate the music of Dominic Powell and Gus Gowland with online concerts.

The Barn Theatre has announced its next two virtual musical theatre concerts as part of their ongoing series celebrating the music of British musical theatre composers.

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Upcoming concerts will showcase Dominic Powell (Cases) and Gus Gowland (Pieces of String).

The two concerts, which will be hosted by Barn Theatre producer Jamie Chapman Dixon, will each feature performances from West End stars alongside new and upcoming performers in the industry, to maintain the theatre’s ethos of providing a platform for people starting out in the industry.

The Barn Presents: The Music of Dominic Powell will debut on 8 August 2020 at 7:30pm BST with The Barn Presents: The Music of Gus Gowland will debut on 22 August 2020 at 7:30pm BST. The line-up for both concerts will be announced at a later date.

The concerts will be released on the Barn Theatre’s Facebook and YouTube channels and will see the musical theatre writers chat with Barn Theatre producer Jamie Chapman Dixon about their careers so far, the creation process behind their songs and special appearances from some of the performers to discuss their experience rehearsing and recording from home.

The line-up for both concerts will be announced at a later date.

Past concerts in the series - available to watch on The Barn Theatre's YouTube channel - featured the likes of Welsh married award-winning song-writing team Daniel and Laura Curtis, Scottish award-winning composer Finn Anderson, who was recently announced as The Cameron Mackintosh Resident Composer from April 2020, and the award-winning musical theatre composer and book writer Elliot Davis.

The Barn Theatre (registered charity no. 1174253), which is facing a loss of £250,000 and possible permanent closure, have launched their SAVE OUR BARN campaign, via their website and social media platforms, to ensure the Barn Theatre’s survival.

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