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8 Of The Best: Theatre You Can Stream This Week

Theatres up and down the country may be closed again but that doesn't mean you need to go without your regular stagey fix. Creatives have been busy ensuring new content is being streamed and here are just some of the shows you can catch online over the next 7 days:


WHAT?

One of the best providers for lockdown content this year, The Barn Theatre were enjoying a run of their Sondheim revue Marry Me A Little starring Rob Houchen and Celinde Schoenmaker as two lonely New Yorkers. That run may have been cut short but luckily for us it was immortalised on film and is now being made available for us all to enjoy online. Check out the trailer above.

WHEN?

The show can be streamed from Thursday 19th until Sunday 22nd November

WHERE?

Tickets cost £13.50 and can be purchased from barntheatre.org.uk/all-venues. Look out for my review later in the week.


WHAT?

Seth Rudetsky has been entertaining us with his weekly concert series for most of the year now. This week he is joined by Tony award winner Lillias White. She will be performing songs from her varied career which has seen her play on Broadway in shows including Dreamgirls, Once On This Island, Chicago and Cats.

WHEN?

The show premieres live on Sunday 15th November at 8pm ET which is 1am in the UK and is repeated on Monday 16th November at 3pm ET which is 8pm in the UK.

WHERE?

Tickets cost $25 and are available from https://thesethconcertseries.com/


WHAT?

The Shows Must Go On is doubling its offering this month with two shows a week. As well as a to be announced show for this Friday, its Shakespeare season continues with Patrick Stewart in Macbeth this week.

WHEN?

The show premieres on Monday 16th November at 7pm and is available for one week.

WHERE?


WHAT?

On the day they were due to make their long awaited West End return, the show must go on for The Showstoppers who are instead doing a live stream. If you have never watched one of their shows before, where have you been? The unscripted show will see the group improv their way through an unknown story with an unknown title with some unknown musical themes. The decisions of all of this come from the audience who will suggest what show they should perform at home.

WHEN?

Catch them on Monday 16th November at 7.30pm

WHERE?

Tickets are from £8.35 and can be purchased here


WHAT?

West End performer Hiba Elchikhe is collaborating with Nimax and The Theatre Cafe to bring a brand new musical theatre series Out Of The Darkness, Into The Spotlight. The first in the three part series shines a spotlight on Everybody's Talking About Jamie. For this episode, Hiba will be joined by a line-up including Courtney Bowman, Melissa Jacques, Sejal Keshwala, Phil Nichol and Noah Thomas.

WHEN?

The show debuts on Wednesday 18th November

WHERE?

Tickets cost £9 and can be purchased at https://www.thetheatrecafe.co.uk/shop/


WHAT?

Southwark Playhouse are keeping theatre content going while their doors are shut with this online stream of The Poltergeist. A darkly comic new play from Philip Ridley, this play is about art, family, memory and being haunted by the life we never lived.

WHEN?

The show takes place for three streams on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st November at 7.30pm with a matinee at 3pm on the Saturday

WHERE?

Tickets cost £10 if you book before Monday 16th November, £15 after and can be purchased from https://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk/show/the-poltergeist/


WHAT?

If you have been on social media in the last 48 hours you would have surely seen the words Jingle Jangle. This new Netflix original movie is a must for theatre fans. As well as being a truly fantastic film, it features amazing original songs, is filmed in a way where its easy to imagine it transferred to the stage and features a smattering of West End stars including the unmistakable vocals of Marisha Wallace.

WHEN?

It is available now.

WHERE?

Catch it exclusively on Netflix.


WHAT? Several months ago, Disney released their Cruise Line production of Tangled online which kept ,many of us entertained. They've done it again with the Cruise Line production of Frozen. In a month where so many of us would have had tickets to the West End premiere of the Disney classic, this can be a reminder of what we have to look forward to when it opens next year (Bearing in mind this isn't the same production)

WHEN?

It is available to watch now.

WHERE?

Right here. Click play!


Next week there are some massive titles to enjoy so look out for that one. If there is anything you want to be included please let me know on twitter.com/ATDazzles or by emailing site.allthatdazzles@gmail.com



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