West End Unplugged
Join stars from London’s West End for a sophisticated evening of musical entertainment in aid of Trinity Theatre.
Tickets £45 (Includes a glass of wine on arrival)
Raffle with West End prizes
COMPÉRE – HYWEL DOWSELL
Training: The Guildford School of Acting
Theatre: The Phantom of the Opera (West End and UK & Ireland Tour), Peter Pan (Capitol Horsham), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Kilworth House), Sleeping Beauty (Capitol Horsham), The Hound of the Baskervilles – A New Comedy (Barn Theatre), Friday Night Is Music Night (BBC), Jack & The Beanstalk (Capitol Horsham), Mack and Mabel (Hackney Empire), Candide (Cadogan Hall), Honeymoon In Vegas (London Palladium), Beauty & The Beast and Peter Pan (Parkwood Theatres), State Fair (Cadogan Hall), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (UK and Overseas Tour), Willy Wonka the Musical (Centrepoint Theatre, Dubai), Aladdin (Middle Eastern Tour), Macbeth (UK and Overseas Tour), Berlin The Musical (Bloomsbury Theatre), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Wales Millennium Centre, WNYO)
Television and film: The Festival of Remembrance (Royal Albert Hall, BBC), and Hunky Dory
SINGER – ADAM ROBERT LEWIS
Training: Adam is from Bridgend, South Wales and made his professional debut in The Phantom of the Opera in 2016 after graduating from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre credits include: Understudy Javert/Courfeyrac in Les Misérables (Sondheim Theatre), Lieutenant Tarasso in Passion (Hope Mill Theatre), Understudy Phantom/Swing in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre).
Film and television includes: Dream Hackers (Clear Sky Cinema), The Crown (Left Bank Pictures), The Magical World of Miracles (St Maur Pictures), White Island (Fulwell 73).
Workshops include: John Owen in Guy Fawkes (Alan Boulter Productions), Fred in Cautionary Tale (Arch 468).
SINGER – JENNA BOYD
Training: Guildford School of Acting
Theatre Credits include: Beulah in the West End Original Cast of Come From Away (Phoenix Theatre, London);Lily in Love On The Links (Salisbury Playhouse); Gaoler’s Daughter/Mrs Hedgehog in the Original Cast of Wind in The Willows (London); Widow Corney in Oliver! (Curve, Leicester); Mrs Segstrom in A Little Night Music (The Palace, London); Ensemble/Understudy Brenda in the West End Original Cast of I Can’t Sing (London Palladium); Mae in The Pajama Game (Minerva Theatre, Chichester); Frau Schmidt in The Sound of Music (UK Tour); Lynn in Stepping Out (Derby Playhouse, Derby); Ensemble/Understudy Madame Thernardier in Les Miserables (Queen’s Theatre, London); Mimi in Original Cast of Acorn Antiques (Theatre Royal Haymarket, London); Ensemble/Understudy Christine in The Beautiful Game (Cambridge Theatre, London)
Television includes: Coronation St, Doctors, Casualty, Heartbeat, Blue Murder, Harry Hills Clubnite, The Tracey Ullman Show, Harry Hill’s Stars in Their Eyes
Film includes: Les Miserables
SINGER – MANON TARIS
Born in France into a family of opera singers, Manon trained in Musical Theatre at Rick Odums International Institute of Performing Arts.
Starting her career in Paris, Manon has since worked across Europe appearing in shows such as Les Misérables, Sister Act, Roman Polanski’s Dance of the Vampires and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.
In 2019, Manon moved to the United Kingdom to join the West End cast of The Phantom of the Opera.
SINGER – SAM LUPTON
Sam is originally from Durham and trained at Manchester School Of Theatre Theatre credits include: Writer & performer of Séance:Live; ‘U/S Emelius Browne’ in Bedknobs and Broomsticks (UK Tour); ‘Boq’ in Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre, West End); ‘Princeton’ & ‘Rod’ in Avenue Q (UK Tour 2012); ‘Jamie’ in The Last Five Years; ‘Guy’ in My Night With Reg (Less Is More Theatre); ‘Bruce’ in Beyond Therapy (UK Tour); ‘Harry Robinson’ in The Ladykillers (Ipswich New Wolsey, Queens Hornchurch, Salisbury Playhouse), ‘Wilfred Crompton’ in Spring and Port Wine (Oldham Coliseum 2017); ‘Seymour’ in Little Shop Of Horrors (UK Tour 2016); ‘Man’ in Starting Here, Starting Now; Greg’ in Single Sex and ‘Gena Hamlet’ in Galka Motalka (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); ‘Harry’ in Love On The Dole and ‘Young Collector/Sailor’ in A Streetcar Named Desire (Bolton Octagon); ‘Colin Ireland & Robin Oake’ in Out Out Out (Pitgems Theatre); “Jim/Ensemble”in The Hired Man (Bolton Octagon) which won the 2010 TMA Award for Best Performance in a Musical, awarded to the entire ensemble. He Also originated the role of ‘Ben’ in Firing Life.
Pantomime: Peter Pan at The Hawth Theatre, Crawley, and ‘Smee’ in Peter Pan at Cork Opera House.
Television includes: ‘Robert Jenrick’ in This England (Sky Atlantic); The Late Late Show (RTE) and Ireland:AM (TV3).
Radio Includes: ‘Nino Sarratore’ in The Story Of A New Name & My Brilliant Friend (BBC Radio 4), Various Characters in National Velvet (BBC Radio 4) Other work includes: The Music of Kooman & Diamond (IlliaDebuts, London Debut), The Concrete Jungle: UK Album Launch (IlliaDebuts), West End Switched Off (Parallel Productions; Workshops of Big Fish (ATG); Doris Stokes; The Muddy Choir (Theatre Centre)
In 2016 he made is directorial debut with How To Curse at London’s Etcetera Theatre.
In 2014 he was the puppet coach for the UK Tour of Avenue Q As a Magic Consultant: Village Idiot (Nottingham Playhouse); These Demons (Tanya Truman Productions); Oxy & The Morons (Ipswich New Wolsey)
Sam is also a magician and Escape Room Creator.
For more information visit www.samlupton.com
ACCOMPANIST – MALCOLM FORBES-PECKHAM
Malcolm enjoys a varied career as a musical director and pianist in both the theatre and concert performance worlds. He is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music. Malcolm is currently musical director for The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre, in the West End. Theatre includes: as Musical Director/Associate – The King and I (UK and international tour), Caroline or Change (Playhouse Theatre), A Christmas Carol (RSC), The King and I (The London Palladium), Aladdin, Cinderella, Dick Whittington, Snow White (Bristol Hippodrome/Milton Keynes Theatre), Grand Hotel (Southwalk Playhouse), Wonder.land (NT/Theatre du Chatelet), A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer (NT), Man of La Mancha, The Braille Legacy, Emma: The Musical (UK Workshops). Malcolm was the pianist for the smash hit West End run of An American in Paris (Dominion Theatre).
Other notable theatre work includes: West Side Story, On The Town (RNCM), Sweeney Todd (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Manchester Royal Exchange), Porgy and Bess (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), The Wind In The Willows (UK Tour), Titanic: The Musical (UK Tour) London Road (Film).
Malcolm is also the assistant conductor of the Amadeus Orchestra and Mozart Symphony Orchestra.
Dates & Times
- Date: Sun 4 Jun 2023Time: 19:30Book Now
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