10 Of The Best: Shows To Stream THis Week (Jan 17th-23rd)

Another week in lockdown brings us more lockdown theatre to enjoy. Whether it's concerts from stars both sides of the Atlantic or encore performances of shows you may have missed the first time around, there is plenty to sink your teeth into this week. Here are 10 of the best:


WHAT?

Seth Rudetsky's weekly concert series continues this week with a living legend in Broadway star Kelli O'Hara. Known for her roles in Kiss Me Kate, The King & I and Bridges Of Madison Country, settle in for an evening of incredible performances.

WHEN?

The show takes place live on Sunday 17th January at 8pm ET which is 1am in the UK and is repeated on Monday 18th January at 3pm ET which is 8pm in the UK .

WHERE?

Tickets from thesethconcertseries.com


WHAT?

The second series of Leave A Light On series continues this week with five more performers bringing you into their homes for an intimate hour. First up this week is Rob Madge who has kept us all entertained during these 47 lockdowns with his hilarious tweets and videos.

WHEN?

Rob's concert streams on Monday 18th January at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Tickets from https://lambertjackson.eventbrite.co.uk


WHAT?

If you missed the live streams of Public Domain at the weekend, it is back for a run of encore performances so you can see what all the fuss is about. The show innovatively takes social media posts to create the entire show in what is a technological triumph.

WHEN?

Catch it on from Tuesday 19th until Sunday 24th January

WHERE?

Tickets from southwarkplayhouse.co.uk


WHAT?

Next up in this weeks Leave A Light On concerts is Emmerdale and Casualty star Chelsea Halfpenny, who most recently could be seen in the West End in 9 to 5

WHEN?

Streaming on Tuesday 19th January at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Tickets from https://lambertjackson.eventbrite.co.uk


WHAT?

The Old Vic are replaying some of their shows they recorded live from the empty venue as part of their In Camera series last year. This week is the turn of Faith Healer starring Michael Sheen, David Threlfall and Indira Varma

WHEN?

Streaming from Wednesday 20th until Friday 22nd January at 7.30pm each evening.

WHERE?

Tickets are from £10 at https://www.oldvictheatre.com


WHAT?

Leave A Light On continues with an incredibly talented performer. Rachel John has been in Memphis, The Bodyguard and Hamilton. Last year she appeared in several streaming productions including Songs For A New World - a role she will soon be reprising at the Vaudeville Theatre.

WHEN?

Rachels concert streams on Wednesday 20th January at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Tickets are available for £8 at https://lambertjackson.eventbrite.co.uk


WHAT?

As part of their new 'Thespie Thursdays' series, Pretty Woman star Aimie Atkinson chats to Courtney Monsma, who is currently playing Anna in the Australian production of Frozen and has previously been in Six as Katherine Howard - the same role originated by Aimie in London. The two will share stories from their careers and Six journeys.

WHEN?

The chat will stream live at 8pm on Thursday 21st January and will be available to view on demand after the event

WHERE?

Available for free at thespie.com it will be streamed on their YouTube channel


WHAT?

The fourth of five Leave A Light On concerts this week is the first of a Waitress double bill as David Hunter will perform accompanied with his "Wheel Of Destiny" this promises to be a very unique show.

WHEN?

Catch David on Thursday 21st January at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Tickets cost £8 from https://lambertjackson.eventbrite.co.uk


WHAT?

The final Leave A Light On concert this week is from David Hunter's Waitress leading lady Lucie Jones. Lucie has had a varied career taking in The X Factor, Eurovision, Legally Blonde and RENT. Expect a show full of her incredible vocals, warm personality and look out for a surprise duet.

WHEN?

Lucie's concert streams on Friday 22nd January at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Tickets cost £8 from https://lambertjackson.eventbrite.co.uk


WHAT?

Following a brilliant run of livestreams last month, the Mischief Comedy gang are back for another series of unscripted madness. Each night, the audience choose the setting, title and other suggestions which magically come to life in a brilliant way.

WHEN?

With shows taking place until February, the series kicks off on Saturday 23rd January at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Tickets from https://mischiefcomedy.com/our-work/mischief-movie-night/about


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