The trio of leading stars announced for the third in the intimate West End Switched Off concert series are Evelyn Hoskins (Sound of Music Live, Carrie, Spring Awakening), Tyrone Huntley (Memphis, The Book of Mormon, Sister Act), and Jodie Steele (Jesus Christ Superstar, Fame).
Following on from the highly successful and much praised concerts, Parallel Productions are returning to the St James Studio with the third concert in their intimate West End Switched Off series on Sunday 20th March 2016. Reprising the much loved format of bringing together classic and unknown musical theatre songs in new stripped back, acoustic arrangements, the evening promises to leave you crying out for more. The concerts are running in parallel to the on-going series of recordings, which began with the first West End Switched Off, Volume 1 album released in 2014. Volume 2 is currently in production.
Accompanied by a live band helmed by musical director and creator Kris Rawlinson, there will be a stellar line up of guests, which will be announced in full in the coming months, but in the past has included Emma Hatton, currently appearing as Elphaba in the West End production of Wicked, Rebecca Trehearn, recently in City of Angels at the Donmar Warehouse, Gloria Onitiri, best known for her time as Rachel Marron in The Bodyguard, and Rob Houchen, current Marius in Les Miserables. Tickets are available from just £15 and if the last gig is anything to go by, you don’t want to hang around, as tickets are sure to sell out. Tickets are available on the St James Theatre website.
For more information visit www.parallelproductions.co.uk or follow Parallel on Twitter @ParaProd
7pm, Sunday 20th March
Tickets from £15