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Watch The Show Must Go On! Live concert online for free here

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The Show Must Go On! Live concert is streaming online for free on YouTube this week – watch here!

Originally taking place at London’s Palace Theatre 2 to 6 June, the concerts saw performances from the casts of long-running West End musicals.

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If you couldn’t make one of the shows in person, or just want to relive it all over again, there’s good news – the show will be available to watch online from Sunday 6 June at 7PM UK time for seven days.

You can watch online below from The Shows Must Go On! YouTube channel.

Bonnie Langford and Trevor Dion Nicholas will host the concert which will feature an all star line up of West End stars.

Highlights are set to include Aisha Jawando in a performance from Tina – The Tina Turner Musical; Marcus Harman in a performance from Dear Evan Hansen and Sharan Phull in a performance from Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Also on the set list are Six Queens Collette Guitart and Hana Stewart, John Owen-Jones in a performance from Les Misérables, Lucy St Louis and Rhys Whitfield in a performance from The Phantom Of The Opera and Laura Pick in a performance from Wicked.

There are also set to be performances from the stars of Matilda The Musical, & Juliet, The Book of Mormon, The Lion King, The Prince Of Egypt and many more.

Plus, there will be a first look performance from upcoming West End musical Back to the Future and a special opening number penned by Stiles & Drewe especially for the show.

The concert will be directed by Luke Sheppard and Anna Fox, Musical Supervision by Stephen Brooker Set Design by Soutra Gilmour Lighting Design by Howard Hudson, Video Design by Fray Studio, Sound Design by Adam Fisher

Musical Direction is by Stuart Morley & Assistant Musical Direction by Issac McCullough.

Profits from the concert will be going to the Theatre Support Fund – you can donate online at www.theatresupportfund.co.uk/donate

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