Disney... ish concert with West End stars and graduates to play The Vaults Theatre

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Hit concert Disney… ish will transfer to The Waterloo Vaults Theatre for a one-night-only performance.

Raising money for Help Musicians UK, ‘Disney… ish’ sees a showcase of musical songs from lesser known animated films.


Songs from the likes of Thumbelina, The Swan Princess and Quest for Camelot feature in the show, which is produced by Bookend Productions.

The show originally ran in August at the Union Theatre before an online stream. It will now play at the The Waterloo Vaults Theatre on 22 November with tickets on sale online now.

Those on the cast are:

Emanuel Alba – (Man of LaMancha, Evita)

Benjamin Armstrong – (The Pantomime life of Joseph Grimaldi, RAM)

Nikki Bentley – (Wicked, Shrek)

Dominic Brewer – (Sweeney Todd, Richard III, The Lion King)

Duncan Burt – (Ordinary Days, Freindsical)

Maria Coyne – (The King and I, Wicked, The Phantom of the Opera)

Andrew Ewart – (The Pantomime life of Joseph Grimaldi, Mountview)

Gregory George – (RWCMD)

Rebecca Gilliland – (Wicked, RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Hired Man)

Christopher GoPaul – (Hairspray)

Daniel Hall – (The Phantom of the Opera, My Land’s Shore)

Samuel Haughton – (School of Rock, Soho Cinders)

Ifan Jones – (Fiddler on the roof, The Hired Man)

Josh LeClaire – (Matilda, Roadshow)

Maggie Lynn – (Grease, Wicked)

Carl Man – (Rock of ages, Wicked)

Nicholas McLean – (Avenue Q, Wicked)

Kirsty Nunn – (GSA)

Jack Reitman – (Amour, Brass)

Layna Sheppard – (LSMT)

Scott Sutcliffe – (Book or Mormon, Wicked)

Sinead Wall – (Romance, Romance, Paper Hearts)

Michael Vinsen (Hairspray, Follies) will host the evening with musical director James Doughty.

Bookend Productions founder, Wicked actress Rebecca Gilliland said: “Help Musicians UK have been supporting artists through difficult, and trying times, for years now but have been unbelievably generous to so many during COVID 19. I’m thrilled we’re going to be able to raise further funds for them and give something back, by celebrating the music from these films that introduced so many of us to the world of musicals.”

“Everyone jumped at the chance to be involved when I suggested the first concert back in the Summer and we were blown away when we sold out so quickly! So I’m delighted that we have another chance to perform the piece together and that we’ve pulled this incredible cast together and that we’re able to keep giving new graduates a chance to perform, as they’ve had the unluckiest start in the industry they could have possibly had.”

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