Musicals: The Greatest Show will celebrate all things musical theatre on BBC One – here’s all you need to know.
Recorded at the London Palladium, Musicals: The Greatest Show is hosted by Sheridan Smith and is packed with showstoppers from the West End’s biggest productions.
A cast of stage stars will perform accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Watch Musicals: The Greatest Show online
Musicals: The Greatest Show will premiere on TV on Sunday, 7 February on BBC One at 7:40PM.
You’ll be able to watch online via BBC iPlayer here with the show available for over a year from its original TV broadcast.
Meanwhile, an extended audio version of the show is available to stream on BBC Sounds having originally premiered on BBC Radio 2.
Musicals: The Greatest Show – line up of songs, shows and stars
Amanda Holden and Sheridan Smith perform I Know Him So Well, from Chess
Nicole Scherzinger performs Never Enough from The Greatest Showman (recorded in LA).
Josh Groban sings The Impossible Dream from Man Of La Mancha from LA (Radio 2 only)
Elaine Paige with Sunset Boulevard’s As If We Never Said Goodbye. (Radio 2 only)
Gavin Spokes performs You’ll Be Back from Hamilton.
Michael Ball performs You Can’t Stop The Beat from Hairspray
Sheridan Smith performs Don’t Rain On My Parade from Funny Girl
Ivano Turco performs Only You, Lonely You from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new Cinderella musical
The cast of SIX (Sophie Isaacs, Danielle Steers, Natalie May Paris, Alexia McIntosh, Jarneia Richard Noel and Courtney Bowman) The Musical perform SIX
Ramin Karimloo sings The Music Of The Night from The Phantom Of The Opera
Mazz Murray, Kate Graham and Jo Napthine sing Dancing Queen from MAMMA MIA!
Aisha Jawando performs The Best from TINA, The Tina Turner Musical.
Lea Salonga performs I Dreamed A Dream from Les Misérables (recorded in Manila)
Layton Williams sings The Wall In My Head from Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
The West End cast of Dear Evan Hansen (Sam Tutty, Nicole Raquel Dennis, Lucy Anderson, Jack Loxton) perform You Will Be Found
Nicole Raquel Dennis sings Dreamgirls’ And I Am Telling You
Kerry Ellis sings Defying Gravity from Wicked
Christine Allado and Alexia Khadime perform the Oscar-winning song When You Believe from The Prince Of Egypt (Radio 2 only)
Jac Yarrow performs Any Dream Will Do from Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.
The soloists will be joined by an ensemble made up of Sarah Accomando, Nicole Baisdon, Jonathan Bentley, Beth Berwick-Lowe, Jon Boydon, Ian Carlyle, Dean Chisnall, Scott Garnham, Erin Hair, Emma Hatton, Jenna Lee James, Sejal Keshwala, Connor McAllister, Joel Montague, Nathaniel Morrison and Miria Parvin.