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Celebrating British musical theatre, this marks the eighth charity concert produced by Giggin4Good since its inception in 2010 to raise money for Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.Performers Jemma Alexander (Wicked), Jamal Andreas (Bend It Like Beckham), Julie Atherton (Pure Imagination), Marcus Ayton (Joseph), Katie Brennan (White Feather), Kieran Brown (Phantom of the Opera), Michael Burgen (Spamalot), Michael Colbourne (Les Miserables), Matthew Croke (Wicked), Tim Driesen (Jersey Boys), Lauren Ingram (Gypsy), Keith Jack (HMS Pinafore), Sejal Keshwala (Bend It Like Beckham), Leigh Lothian (Beautiful), Carolyn Maitland (Miss Saigon), Shaun McCourt (War Horse), Ian Mclarnon (Sunday in The Park With George), Kayleigh McKnight (Bend It Like Beckham), Sarah McNicholas (Carrie), Gary Mitchinson (War Horse), Michael Riseley (Les Miserables), Laura Tebbutt (Love Me Tender), Lowri Walton (War Horse), Lorna Want (Beautiful), Scarlet Wilderink (War Horse), Gary Wood (A Chorus Line).
Presented by Ian Stroughair. Musical Director Huw Evans.
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