Wednesday, 9 April 2014

WEST END SWITCHED OFF (St James Studio) Rebecca Trehearn and Simon Bailey join the line up!

Rebecca Trehearn and Simon Bailey join Alice Fearn, Sophie Linder-Lee and more for launch of West End Switched Off at the St James Studio!

Fresh from playing the lead role of Molly in the UK Tour of Ghost The Musical to critical and audience acclaim, Rebecca Trehearn will be joining a superb cast of West End performers to launch new album West End Switched Off in an intimate concert at the St James Studio on Sunday 27th April.

The launch night at the St James Studio on Sunday 27th April at 6.30pm will give the audience the chance to have an up-close and personal experience of some of the never before heard tracks on the album before the official release. Tickets are available from just £15.

Trehearn will be joined by Simon Bailey, who’s performance as Liam O’Dreary in I Can’t Sing the Independent recently called ‘spot on’, and Alice Fearn, who can currently be seen in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the Savoy and recently Shrek The Musical and on stage and screen in Les Miserablés.

Completing the line up will be Wicked’s current Stand-by Glinda and Elphaba; Sophie Linder-Lee and Emma Hatton. The thirteen-strong cast also includes West End regulars Chlöe Hart, Adrian Hansel, Dean John-Wilson and Dale Evans as well as Jordan Lee Davies, Tori Allen-Martin, Thomas Sutcliffe and Ambra Caserotti. A live band led by the album’s musical director Kris Rawlinson will accompany the performers.

West End Switched Off, produced by Parallel Productions, is set to be the first in a series of albums that arrange musical theatre songs that you know – and a few that you may not – into unheard acoustic, 'unplugged' covers. The eleven-track album which features Ashleigh Gray, Ian Stroughair, Jodie Steele and more will be available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and other platforms from Monday 28th April.

Listen to exclusive clips on Official London Theatre here.

For more information visit or follow Parallel on Twitter @ParaProd.

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