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The Best Theatre To Stream This Week (March 28th - April 3rd)

As March comes to a conclusion we have a wealth of theatre to get us into the new month. Here is my pick of all the best theatre to check out over the next 7 days:


WHAT?

70 concerts from both series of Leave A Light On are streaming again, with two shows each night. This week the series continues with some iconic West End stars from shows including Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Six, Heathers and Waitress.

WHEN?

This weeks lineup is as follows:

Sunday 28th March, 5pm - Grace Mouat

Sunday 28th March, 8pm - Rob Madge

Monday 29th March, 5pm - Miracle Chance

Monday 29th March, 8pm - Nicole Raquel Dennis

Tuesday 30th March, 5pm - Bronte Barbe

Tuesday 30th March, 8pm - Jarneia Richard-Noel

Wednesday 31st March, 5pm - Grace Farrell

Wednesday 31st March, 8pm - Blake Patrick Anderson

Thursday 1st April, 5pm - Sarah O'Connor

Thursday 1st April, 8pm - Sophie Isaacs

Friday 2nd April, 5pm - Layton Williams

Friday 2nd April, 8pm - Alice Fearn

Saturday 3rd April, 5pm - Lucie Jones

Saturday 2rd April, 8pm - Lauren Drew

Sunday 4th April, 5pm - Dave Willetts

Sunday 4th April, 8pm - Ashford Campbell

WHERE?

Tickets for all shows can be purchased from https://www.stream.theatre/season/57


WHAT?

If you're missing the Tina musical, you'll love this new documentary about the legendary Tina Turner, premiering on Sky Documentaries today and available Internationally. The story of her life and music with involvement from the legendary lady herself will also feature footage from the musical.

WHEN?

It premieres on Sunday 28th March at 2am and is repeated in the evening at 9pm as well as being available to watch on demand.

WHERE?

Catch it on Sky Documentaries and on demand on Sky.

WHAT?

This week in Seth Rudetsky's weekly concert series he is joined by the star of Hairspray and Grease Ashley Spencer joined by Wicked and Beautiful star Kara Lindsay.

WHEN?

It takes place on Sunday 28th March at 8pm ET which is 1am in the UK and is repeated on Monday 29th March at 3pm ET which is 8pm in the UK .

WHERE?


WHAT?

Another chance to see Sasha Regan's production of Gilbert & Sullivan's classic - filmed at the Palace Theatre in the West End last year.

WHEN?

It streams from Monday 29th March until Monday 5th April at 7.30pm each evening with matinees on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm.

WHERE?




WHAT?

The annual event that sees musical theatre stars perform songs that go against their casting bracket. his year the event takes place online. Stephanie J, Block, Lea Salonga, Deborah Cox, Ariana DeBose, Cynthia Erivo and Kelli O'Hara are among those appearing.

WHEN?

It streams on Tuesday 30th March at 8pm ET which is 1am in the UK.

WHERE?


WHAT?

A rehearsed, live, online reading of the Shakespeare classic A Midsummer Night's Dream featuring an International cast led by Dan Stevens and Rebecca Hall.

WHEN?

Catch it for one night only on Wednesday 31st March at 7.30pm.

WHERE?

Tickets can be booked here.


WHAT?

Ordinary Days is a poignant sung-through musical about how ordinary things are what makes life so extraordinary.

WHEN?

Catch it on demand from Wednesday 31st March until Tuesday 6th April.

WHERE?

Tickets are priced at £15 and are on sale from https://www.thetheatrecafe.co.uk/shop/ordinary-days/

Look out for my review this week.


WHAT?

The original Broadway cast of Shrek is available to view in the UK for the first time. Starring Brian d'Arcy James, Sutton Foster, Daniel Breaker and Christopher Sieber, it was professionally filmed with ten cameras.

WHEN?

It is available to view at your leisure from Thursday 1st April.

WHERE?

Catch it on Netflix UK.


WHAT?

Now Or Never is the most ambitious stream from The Barn Theatre yet. This song cycle written by Matthew Harvey follows 7 people as they each take a defiant act of positivity and will be filmed and streamed completely live.

WHEN?

The concert streams live on Thursday 1st April at 6.30pm.

WHERE?

Get your tickets from barntheatre.org.uk/barn-at-home.


WHAT?

Open Mic is a live, interactive online celebration of community, storytelling, music, comedy and talent. You can either get a participant ticket and share your own stories and songs or sit back and watch the others do it.

WHEN?

It airs live on Thursday 1st, Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd April at 8pm each evening with a matinee on Saturday at 5pm.

WHERE?


WHAT?

Can We Talk About It? is an exploration of human thoughts, feelings, memories, relationships and experiences in a touching collection of monologue performances /

WHEN?

It starts on Thursday 1st April at 7pm and is available to view on demand until Thursday 8th April.

WHERE?


WHAT?

Movies To Musicals brings the West End to the stars of tomorrow with this duet concert pairing young performers with West End stars including Luke Bayer and Emma Kingston. Money raised will be split between 2 amazing charities - Acting For Others and Glasgow Philharmonia SCIO

WHEN?

The concert takes place on Friday 2nd April at 7pm

WHERE?

It will be shown on YouTube. For the direct link check their Twitter account.


WHAT?

If you're a fan of Jersey Boys you'll love this tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Frankie's Guys is streaming live from The Marina Theatre in Lowestoft.

WHEN?

Catch it at 7.30pm on Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th April.

WHERE?

Get your tickets for £12 from https://www.frankiesguys.com


WHAT?

This series of Live in London concerts took place late last year and was filmed at the Hippodrome Casino. The season comprises of 12 concerts.

WHEN?

This weeks lineup is:

Friday 2nd April, 3pm & 7.30pm - Shappi Khorsandi

Friday 2nd April, 9pm & Sunday 4th April, 7.30pm - Julie Atherton

Saturday 3rd April, 3pm - Courtney & Eloise

Saturday 3rd April, 7.30pm - Vocal Xtr3me

Saturday 3rd April, 9pm - Sooz Kempner

Sunday 4th April, 3pm - Ryan Molloy

WHERE?

Tickets can be purchased from https://stream.theatre/season/69


WHAT?

Denise Van Outen returns to theatre reprising the role in a virtual production of this one woman show which sees her reminisce on lost love and all the what ifs and maybes those memories can bring.

WHEN?

From Friday 2nd April it is available to watch on demand.

WHERE?

Tickets cost £10 including a donation to Make A Difference Trust and are available from https://somegirl.co.uk/


WHAT?

A virtual Broadway musical revival featuring Derrick Baskin, Drew Gehling, Kara Lindsay and Adam Pascal, Amour is a magic fantasy about love, self-worth and dreams coming true.

WHEN?

It streams for three performances on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd April at 8pm ET which is 1amin the UK and again on Sunday 4th April at 5pm ET which is 10pm in the UK.

WHERE?


That's another week sorted for us all. Look out for a big April preview next week featuring 100 shows to check out over the next month. If there is anything you would like included, tweet or message me at twitter.com/ATDazzles or email me at site.allthatdazzles@gmail.com

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