Experience the magic of “Disney…ish” from the comfort of your own home, Recorded live at The Union Theatre August 16th – Available to stream from home August 18th – 24th (Now extended to 25th).
Join us for an unmissable, LIVE RECORDED evening of nostalgia, where a cast of West End performers and new graduates come together to celebrate the music of the lesser-known animated movies of Don Bluth, Dreamworks and so many more…
Featuring songs from ‘The Swan Princess’, ‘Thumbelina’, ‘Quest for Camelot’ and countless others that brought us hours of joy and introduced many of us to the world of musicals.
Come back to where it all started and get lost in the songs that began your never-ending love of all things ”Disney…ish”
Tickets are available for purchase here
Michael Vinsen, Rebecca Gilliland, Lee Van Geleen, Daniel Hall, Maria Coyne, Christopher GoPaul, Layna Sheppard, Emmanuel Alba, Ifan Jones, Matt Bateman, Scott Sutcliffe, Kirsty Nunn, Ruari Kelsey, Sinead Wall, Samuel Haughton, Duncan Burt, Gregory George, Dominic Brewer, Jack Reitman, Josh LeClair
Bookend Productions is a Non Profit company, all of our proceeds are being donated to the charity HMUK, and toward paying our performers, who we refuse to ever make work for free.
Bookend Productions, which was founded by Wicked actress Rebecca Gilliland earlier this year to give artists a chance to perform after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down theatres across the world.
Rebecca Gilliland said: “Help Musicians UK have been a lifeline for so many performers in these last 18 months – and for many years before the COVID pandemic hit – so I’m thrilled we’re going to be able to raise funds for them by celebrating the music from these, films that that introduced so many of us to musicals.
“Everyone jumped at the chance to be involved when I suggested it. I’m delighted we’ve been able to get so many West End performers to take part, but also that we’ve been able to give new graduates a chance to perform in person for the first time, as they’ve had the unluckiest start in the industry that “anyone could imagine.”