Lambert Jackson Productions has announced a series of live streamed concerts after closure of the West End.
All West End and UK Theatre venues were closed with immediate effect last month (Monday, March 16) until further notice.
Lambert Jackson Productions has said it hopes to "keep actors working" during the shutdown with a series of streamed concerts called Leave A Light On from The Theatre Café.
The 45-minute concerts will take place daily, to help both performers and those in self-isolation. Concerts will take place up to three times a day and cost £7.50 a ticket to watch online.
You can see the latest line up below and buy tickets online at thetheatrecafe.co.uk/events.
FRIDAY 15th May
6:30pm Rachel Tucker
WEDNESDAY 20th May
6:30pm Miracle Chance
THURSDAY 21st May
4:30pm Katie Rowley Jones
6:30pm Dave Willetts
FRIDAY 22nd May
6:30pm Jarnéia Richard-Noel
WEDNESDAY 27th May
6:30pm Joel Harper-Jackson
THURSDAY 28th May
4:30pm Adam Bailey and Scott Hunter
6:30pm David O’Reilly
FRIDAY 29th May
6:30pm Beverley Knight
Lambert Jackson Productions and The Theatre Café said: “We are so excited about this project. This is a really dark time for the theatre world and we want to help wherever we can, as much as possible.
"The idea that people who are self-isolating can help performers who have lost all of their work is a really beautiful thing, and also speaks volumes about our amazing industry and the community it fosters.”
The closure of the West End venues follows government advice amid the ongoing global health situation.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said everyone should avoid gatherings and crowded places, such as pubs, clubs and theatres for at least 12 weeks.