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The Theatre Channel

A brand-new Musical Theatre web series

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‘The Theatre Channel is a unique web series that brings theatre into the home in an innovative way that will leave you hitting the replay button again and again’

BroadwayWorld

With Musical Theatre hits streamed straight to your living room, grab your popcorn and watch a star-studded line up perform your West End favourites as you’ve never seen them before. If you’ve missed the magic of theatre this year, look no further!

Watch stars of Six, & Juliet, Heathers: The Musical, Hamilton, Kinky Boots and more from the comfort of your own home. Each of our uniquely themed episodes offer you a brand-new collection of stagey hits every single time. You’ll be left with no choice but to hit that replay button.

The Theatre Channel is directed and choreographed by Olivier Award-winner Bill Deamer, with musical supervision by Michael England. The upcoming episode Hopeful Holidays will be available for streaming from 23 December.

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Behind the Scenes of Episode One

Episode One: Welcome to the Café

Step inside London’s stagey hub The Theatre Café for the first time and watch it transform before your eyes into a cabaret, flower shop and more. Expect songs from hits shows such as Jesus Christ Superstar, Company and Little Shop of Horrors. Starring Carrie Hope Fletcher, Oliver Ormson, Olivier Award-winner Matt Henry MBE, Jodie Steele, Tarinn Callender, Lucie Jones and Olivier Award-winner Jenna Russell. Book now for just £12!

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‘The Theatre Channel is offering us something we’ve never seen before, and with the promise of more to come, may just be the best online theatre offering yet.’

Theatre Weekly

Behind the Scenes of Episode Two

Episode Two: Musical Horrors

From London’s alleyways to the rooftops, this stagey spookfest explores every part of the Café imaginable. Journey to the afterlife and back again as you experience hits from shows including Beetlejuice, Young Frankenstein and The Rocky Horror Picture Show! Starring Pretty Woman herself Aimie Atkinson, alongside Bradley Jaden, Sophie Isaacs, Ria Jones, Josh Piterman and Trevor Dion Nicholas, plus a performance and exclusive interview with West End and Broadway legend, the original Carrie herself, Linzi Hateley! Book now for just £12!

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‘All treats and no tricks, Episode Two has spooktacular performances, haunting moments and everything you need to get into the Halloween spirit.’

BroadwayWorld

Trailer for Episode Three

Episode Three: Rock Musicals

Power vocals and theatre legends collide in this epic rock episode. Rock out at home to hits from legendary musicals including Chess, Hair, Starmania, The Who’s Tommy and the recent Broadway smash Jagged Little Pill. Starring John Owen Jones alongside Rob Houchen, Shan Ako, Alex Gamound, Aisha Jawando and Francesca Jackson and featuring an exclusive interview with Starmania lyricist, Luc Plamondon. Book now for just £20!

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‘The magic of The Theatre Channel is found in its intimacy. Every audience member has a front row seat in the comfort of their own homes; a unique opportunity to enjoy the talents of musical theatre greats like you’ve never seen them’

Musical Theatre Review

Episode Four: Hopeful Holidays

End this year in style by treating yourself and the whole family to our Hopeful Holidays episode. Celebrate the festive season with songs from Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Holiday Inn, Rent and The Wiz. A Christmas flurry of West End stars join us to celebrate including Matt Croke, Zizi Strallen, Sophie Louise Dann, Tosh Wanogho Maud and recent Olivier Award-winner Cassidy Janson, plus introducing the 2020 Graduates of ArtsEd London! The episode drops 23 December.

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The Theatre Channel is produced by Adam Blanshay Productions and The Theatre Café, with direction and choreography by Bill Deamer and musical supervision by Michael England, set and costume design by Gregor Donnelly, lighting design by Jack Weir, sound design by Keegan Curran, videography by Ben Hewis and hair and makeup by Diana Hudson.

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