Final 100 Seats Released for BERNADETTE PETERS London Concert

BPPerforming-KurtSneddonAs previously announced, the triple Tony, triple Drama Desk and Golden Globe Award winning Broadway star Bernadette Peters will perform her first UK solo concerts in over 15 years at the beginning of June 2016.

The show’s producers have today released the final 100 seats for the Royal Festival Hall date in London, commenting:

“Recently we have received many ticket requests for Bernadette’s sold out London concert. Having reviewed the technical holds required to ensure the best possible show, we are pleased to be able to offer another 100 seats for sale to Bernadette’s fans and concertgoers, so now even more people will be able to witness this special night.”

The Grammy and Emmy Award nominee will perform timeless, signature songs from the multitude of iconic shows in which she has played some of her greatest stage roles, including Gypsy, Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park with George.

Renowned around the world as one of the foremost interpreters of Sondheim, Bernadette starred in the original Broadway productions of Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park with George and headlined the recent Broadway revivals of A Little Night Music and Follies.

Bernadette has performed at the most prestigious international concert halls, including the Royal Opera House, the Sydney Opera House, the Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall, Radio City and Lincoln Center. She currently stars in the new hit series, Mozart in the Jungle on Amazon Prime, having previously appeared in no less than 33 films and TV movies, including Annie, Pink Cadillac and Pennies from Heaven.

The London performance at the Royal Festival Hall on 3rd June 2016 will be followed by concerts at the Manchester Opera House on Sunday 5th June 2016 and the Edinburgh Playhouse on Tuesday 7th June 2016.

Bernadette Peters is presented in the UK by Neil Eckersley, with musical direction by Marvin Laird, sound design by Tom Sorce and lighting design by Lenny Cowles.

Read my recent interview with Bernadette Peters about her upcoming UK tour

Photo: Kurt Sneddon