Popular TV personalities will join local performers in this year’s exciting production of Tonight From The West End – and you could too!
Zoe Tyler (Loose Women, Any Dream Will Do and How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria) will share the stage with musical theatre star and X Factor finalist Ray Quinn. Ray shot to stardom with a platinum album and was also crowned ITV’s Dancing On Ice Champion of Champions as well as starring in high profile productions of Grease and Dirty Dancing.
Joining Zoe and Ray on the mini tour of Scotland will be Scots heart-throb, Jai McDowall, a previous winner of Britain’s Got Talent, with US-based Broadway star Christina Bianco completing the stellar line up.
‘We’ll be scouring Scotland for
the stars of the future’
Peter Ferguson of Tonight Productions, producers of the show, explained that they are also keen to involve talent from the three cities to add local flavour to the glamorous event. “In the past, we have been successful in finding local performers to join our cast,” said Peter.
“We’ll be scouring Scotland once more for the stars of the future.”
Classic show tunes from Broadway
and the West End
The song and dance extravaganza, which is being performed in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow, will feature classic show tunes from Broadway and the West End and is sure to have audiences on their feet. Music lovers can expect a medley of hits from shows such as The Lion King, Saturday Night Fever, Fame, Wicked, Mamma Mia and Oliver!
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Tonight’s The Night!
21 April – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
22 April – Dundee Caird Hall
23 April – Edinburgh The Usher Hall
Calling All Olivers!
Tonight Productions are hoping to add young hopefuls to the superstar line up taking to the stage for Tonight… From The West End.
The show’s producers are keen to involve kids from each city and are looking for young male performers (aged between 8 and 14) to play Oliver, the Artful Dodger and members of Fagan’s gang.
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