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25 Shows To Stream This Week (March 14th - 20th)

It's another great week for theatre with some brilliant streams debuting. This weeks highlights include the all star Dorian Gray, a new production of The Last Five Years and another chance to see the amazing Leave A Light On series. Here are 25 shows to catch over the next 7 days:


WHAT?

The 21st annual awards ceremony will be held virtually this year. Hosted by Jodie Prenger and Tom Read Wilson, the celebration of musicals will feature performances from shows who had their runs cut short as well as upcoming ones.

WHEN?

Catch it on Sunday 14th March at 7pm

WHERE?


WHAT?

To celebrate Mother's Day, this concert will be live-streamed. With songs from classic musicals, it will feature West End performers including Joel Montague, Jo Napthine and Paul Monaghan.

WHEN?

It streams on Sunday 14th March at 7pm

WHERE?

Tickets available here.

WHAT?

This week in Seth Rudetsky's weekly concert series he brings us Emily Skinner - the star of Side Show and The Cher Show on Broadway. Expect songs and stories from her varied career.

WHEN?

It takes place on Sunday 14th March at 8pm ET which is 1am in the UK and is repeated on Monday 15th March at 3pm ET which is 8pm in the UK .

WHERE?


WHAT?

In The Company of Actors features an ensemble of Australia's finest actors including Cate Blanchett and Hugo Weaving as they prepare for a performance. This is a rare chance to get inside the rehearsal room.

WHEN?

From Monday 15th March at 10am, you can rent it to view anytime until September 1st.

WHERE?


WHAT?

Jason Robert Browns iconic musical The Last Five Years gets a new virtual production on the other side of the Atlantic. Nasia Thomas and Nicholas Edwards will star as Cathy and Jamie in the production filmed in New Jersey.

WHEN?

It streams at various times from Monday 15th until Sunday 28th March with the option to catch livestreams or watch it on demand.

WHERE?


WHAT?

A night of extraordinary tales and live music featuring Jocasta Almgill, Anna-Jane Casey, Sandra Marvin and Jodie Prenger.

WHEN?

Catch it live on Monday 15th March at 7.30pm or watch it on demand anytime after that until Sunday 28th March.

WHERE?


WHAT?

70 concerts from both series of Leave A Light On are streaming again, up to two a night. This week the 5 week run kicks off with some absolutely massive West End stars from shows including Six, Waitress, &Juliet and Wicked.

WHEN?

This weeks lineup is as follows:

Monday 15th March, 5pm - Vicki Manser

Monday 15th, 8pm - David Hunter

Tuesday 16th, 5pm - Steph Parry

Tuesday 16th, 8pm - Olivia Moore & Piers Bate

Wednesday 17th, 5pm - Gina Murray

Wednesday 17th, 8pm - Cassidy Janson

Thursday 18th, 5pm - Julie Atherton

Friday 19th, 5pm - Nadim Naaman

Friday 19th, 8pm - Rachel Tucker

Saturday 20th, 8pm - Lucie Jones

Sunday 21st, 5pm - Beverley Knight

Sunday 21st, 8pm - Sophie Evans

WHERE?

Tickets for all shows can be purchased from https://www.stream.theatre/season/55

WHAT?

An online dating comedy filmed in lockdown. Starring Ian Hallard and Sara Crowe, this talks about the problems of dating in Covid times.

WHEN?

It is available from Tuesday 16th until Sunday 28th March at various times designed to suit different timezones.

WHERE?

Tickets are available from https://www.stream.theatre/season/62


WHAT?

Following the success of What A Carve Up!, five regional theatres have teamed up to bring an all star production of Oscar Wilde's legendary tale. With a cast including Joanna Lumley, Stephen Fry, Russell Tovey and Fionn Whitehead.

WHEN?

It streams from Tuesday 16th until Wednesday 31st March with 48 hour access for whichever date you choose.

WHERE?

Tickets available from https://www.pictureofdoriangray.com/


WHAT?

Hope Mill Theatre bring the second annual Turn On Fest - an annual LGBTQIA+ festival. You can get a pass for the whole festival or pick and choose what to watch. Highlights include a conversation with Russell T Davies, Fat Roland: Seven Inch and a series of monologues.

WHEN?

It takes place from Wednesday 17th until Sunday 28th March.

WHERE?


WHAT?

Unstoppable double act Sharon Sexton and Rob Fowler bring us another online concert, this time in celebration of St Patrick's Day. The show will feature hits from renowned Irish artists and the pair will be joined by Irish Musical Theatre guests including Stephanie McKeon.

WHEN?

It takes place live on Wednesday 17th March at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Catch it for free at instagram.com/shar.sexton


WHAT?

If you're a fan of The Showstoppers or improv comedy in general, this is for you. Comedian and improvisor Pippa Evans hosts a live session introducing you to the principles of improvisation in this interactive workshop.

WHEN?

It takes place live on Thursday 18th March at 8pm

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WHAT?

Another chance to catch the concert performed at the Apollo Theatre last year. With a lineup of other 25 West End performers singing numbers you wouldn't expect them to, this is an umissable night of live music.

WHEN?

Streaming from Friday 19th until Sunday 21st March at 7pm each evening.

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WHAT?

The final concert from last years Drive In series to be streamed features Lucie Jones, Kelly Agbowu, Jon Robyns and Shanay Holmes in what was originally a Halloween special.

WHEN?

Catch it from Friday 19th until Sunday 21st February at 7pm each night.

WHERE?


Another brilliant week of streams in store for us all to enjoy.

As always, if you have any shows you would like included in these weekly posts, message me at twitter.com/ATDazzles or send me an email to site.allthatdazzles@gmail.com

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