BARE: THE POP OPERA to return for one-off charity concert

For one night only, Paul Taylor-Mills reassembles members of the original company of bare in a special concert performance to raise money for Jenny Seagrove’s charity: Mane Chance Sanctuary. Mane Chance’s mission is to rescue and rehabilitate abused, abandoned and old horses, integrating them with the local community. They regularly host visits from terminally ill children, those with special needs and other underprivileged youngsters fulfilling our aim of helping horses help people.

Bare was originally presented at The Union Theatre and Greenwich Theatre in 2013 and will play The Other Palace next Sunday where Paul Taylor-Mills is now Artistic Director. Bare is a pulsating, electric contemporary rock musical, that follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with issues of sexuality, identity, and the future.

BARE is presented through special arrangement with and all authorised performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide,

Luke Baker, Melanie Greaney, Daniel Hope, Claudia Kariuki, Garry Lee, Jodie Steele, Micheal Vinsen, Ross William Wild, Lauran Rae, Fia Houston-Hamilton, Tash Holway, Dan Krikler, David Albury and Yvette Robinson.