Celebrate Burns Night in style with a host of leading West End performers as they present
SHONA WHITE ANNOUNCED AS PATRON OF LONDON’S PLAYHOUSE THEATRE Scottish actress, singer and musical theatre star Shona White has accepted an invitation to become Patron of The Playhouse Theatre in London’s West End. Shona White said “I am thrilled to become Patron of such an historic venue which holds a special place in my heart. I am looking forward to supporting The Playhouse as it goes from strength to strength”. As a well-established leading lady, Shona has played a number of iconic roles including Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show at The Playhouse, Elphaba in Wicked at the Apollo Victoria, Éponine and Cosette in Les Misérables, Florence in Craig Revel Horwood’s Award Winning UK Tour of Chess and most recently Donna in Mamma Mia! at London’s Novello Theatre. Shona added “I feel privileged to have performed onstage at The Playhouse and as Patron I am keen to help promote the venue to ensure its future success”. Jenna Harvey, Theatre Manager, commented “The Playhouse is honoured and delighted that Shona has accepted our invitation to become Patron, it’s wonderful to have someone of her calibre on board to represent the theatre”. Shona is the theatre’s first Patron and the first Patron for an Ambassador Theatre Group venue in London.
"It's ladies night" as acclaimed international songwriter Scott Alan is joined by five of London's best. In a show celebrating Alan's award winning music, the ladies are out to slay. The night will feature the supreme talents ofNatasha Barnes (Funny Girl), Shanay Holmes (Rent), Jodie Steele (Wicked), Shona White (Mamma Mia!) and Emma Williams (Half a Sixpence). Audiences can expect to hear these five diva's sing tunes from all seven of Alan's recordings, including brand new songs from his upcoming release Lifeline. To book tickets visit http://bit.ly/2zR9zvL Should you wish to attend three or more of Scott Alan's shows in this series (running from January 28 - February 4 2018), please call the Live at Zédel box office on 020 7734 4888 for a special discount price.