This March, Broadway On Demand presents “Tonight at the London Coliseum,” a solo concert series featuring the West End’s biggest names, filmed from the historic venue.
Filmed from the empty theatre and airing each Saturday at 7 p.m. ET this month, this beautiful collection of one-person concerts will feature the talents of Olivier and Tony nominee Ramin Karimloo (March 6), Olivier Award-winner Sharon D. Clarke (March 13), Olivier winner Cassidy Janson (March 20), and actress, author, and vlogger Carrie Hope Fletcher (March 27). Annabel Mutale Reed serves as Creative Supervisor for this concert series.
Join Olivier and Tony Award nominee Ramin Karimloo in the first of the “Tonight at the London Coliseum” concert series. Best known for his performance in The Phantom of the Opera and Les Misérables, he also originated the role of the Phantom in the Phantom sequel Love Never Dies. Joined by his amazing live band, Ramin brings the curtain down at this beautiful theatre.
Olivier Award-winning actress Sharon D. Clarke, star of productions including Blues in the Night, Death of a Salesman and Caroline, or Change, takes the Coliseum stage to share some of her favorite songs in what is sure to be a night you will never forget.
Olivier Award winner Cassidy Janson returns to the London Coliseum following her performances there in both Man of La Mancha and Chess. She is currently starring in the West End production of & Juliet, before which she performed in several productions, including as Carole King in the west end production of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical – from which you might just hear a few songs in this concert.
Actress, author, and vlogger Carrie Hope Fletcher brings us the final concert in the series. Most recently seen in the West End production of Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre, Carrie has performed in several productions, including Heathers the Musical, The Addams Family and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Next year, she will star as Cinderella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s brand-new musical of the same name.
All concerts in the “Tonight at the London Coliseum” series vary in run times, from 45—65 minutes, and will be available for On Demand purchase for $12.95 each.