Fabulous stars join with Lyric young artists for a unique evening of entertainment to fundraise for the Lyric’s life changing programmes with young people.
Join your hosts Mel Giedroyc formerly of The Great British Bake Off and Nathan Bryon star of ITV sitcom Benidorm and a former Young Lyric member for an unforgettable night.
Six short plays written by aspiring writers who have come through the Young Harts Writing Festival will be performed by Jude Law and a supporting ensemble of young actors. The show will also feature performances from Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Joe Stilgoe, Shappi Khorsandi and many more, appearing alongside young actors, writers and theatre-makers who have come through the Lyric’s young peoples’ programmes and affiliated partner programmes.
Lyric favourites returning to our stage include acclaimed comedian Vikki Stone (the evil Abanazar in Aladdin), West End star Steven Webb (a panto favourite and member of our Secret Theatre Company), Hammed Animashaun (Leroy in Bugsy Malone and member of our Secret Theatre Company), Karl Queensborough (Aladdin in last year’s panto and Prince Charming in Cinderella) Allyson Ava Brown (MOBO award winning singer and Princess Jasmin in Aladdin) and many more.
With a festival theme, the Lyric’s Artistic Director Sean Holmes will curate performances for the Theatre Tent, Music Stage, Comedy Tent and more.
£45 tickets are available online and include the full star-studded performance at 6pm & pre-show drinks reception from 5pm on the Lyric’s roof garden hosted by Sipsmith Gin. Following the show at 7pm there will be drinks available for purchase at both the Sipsmiths Gin bar and the Lyric’s Bar along with a DJ. Do get into the swing of the festival vibe and wear ‘festival chic’.
You can get the full gala experience which includes a post-show dinner on the Lyric stage and a live and silent auction for £195. For more information please contact Lucy Howe on email@example.com or 020 8741 6822 ext 404.
Your attendance at this special evening will help us to continue the invaluable work we do with young people in West London. The Lyric uniquely combines its onstage work with innovative programmes that change the lives of young people from all walks of life including those from highly disadvantaged backgrounds such as ‘looked after children’, young offenders and those out of education and employment. We are a registered charity and are grateful for your support to deliver and grow this important work.