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Pride at the Palace - A Queer Concert Celebration archiveFor one night only, a host of Queer stars from the West End and beyond come together to celebrate their Pride in a spectacular concert! The evening with celebrate our wonderful LGBTQIA+ community in all it's glory with a set list that includes multiple Queer anthems, as well as songs you simply won't be able to resist getting up and dancing to! The evening is in aid of the wonderful Terrence Higgins Trust, who are the UK's leading HIV and sexual health charity. They help support people living with HIV and amplify their voices, continue the fight against HIV and provide services and support to help improve the nation's sexual health. Featuring a cast of 28, the evening will also feature a 12 - piece band under musical director Alex Parker. This is the perfect return to theatre to get you into the party mood and into the summer!


Sharif Afifi, Natasha Agnew, Ebony Clarke, Jordan Lee Davies, Jo Eaton-Kent, Fra Fee, Joel Harper-Jackson, Ashley Goh, Chloe Hart, Christopher Howell, Sarah Ingram, Idriss Kargboo, Claudia Kariuki, Kush Khanna, Carl Man, Serina Mathew, Mason Alexander Park, Robin Simoes da Silva, Courtney Stapleton, Liam Tamne, Miiko Toiviainen, Alex Thomas-Smith, Layton Williams, Faye Wheeler, Shona White, Danny Whitehead, Charlotte Elisabeth Yorke


Presented by: Luke Kelly
Musical Director: Alex Parker
Sound: Paul Smith
Lighting: Jack Weir
Music: Martin Higgins (orchestration)

Pride at the Palace - A Queer Concert Celebration

Pride at the Palace - A Queer Concert Celebration (Concert) production archive for QTIX code T1579366620. Details of all Pride at the Palace - A Queer Concert Celebration archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01170094041

Archive Listings

7 Jun 21Palace Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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