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West End stars set to bring sparkle to charity show
Updated 11:52am Friday 28th June 2013 in News
STARS of the West End stage are set to appear at Dudley Concert Hall next week to help raise funds for Dudley and Wolverhampton Cruse Bereavement Care.
They will be performing songs from hit shows Les Miserables and Miss Saigon on Saturday July 6.
The concert, entitled ‘Do You Hear The People Sing, is being promoted by community organisation GigCaritas, which raises money for charity by using both professional musicians and performers who give their services for free.
Stars set to appear include Tim Prottey Jones, Kieran Brown, Andy Coxon, Lucy Cound and Sarah O’Connor.
Also featuring is Chris Key, artistic director of Les Miserables world tour, plus a full orchestra and 80-piece community choir made up of members of In Sound Company and additional members from Brierley Hill Musical Theatre Company.
Freelance composer Chris Passey, from Wordsley, a co-founder of GigCaritas said: “It will be a celebration of music from Les Miserables and Miss Saigon.”
Tickets cost £12 and £10 and are available from the Dudley box office on 01384 812812.
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