Battle of the West End returns after the huge success of its summer launch in 2019.

It is a tongue in cheek fun filled stagey evening hosted by Paul Flexton with three West End stars as you've never seen them before, battling it out in singing challenges. All three-take part in Act One with one being eliminated by the audience. The two survivors battle it out in the Big Finale in Act Two where the audience once again get to vote on who should be crowned the winner!

Current champion is West End veteran Norman Bowman.

Star line-up includes:

Luke Bayer:

Luke has recently appeared as Robbie in 'Soho Cinders' (Charing Cross Theatre) and as Man 2 in 'FIVER' (Southwark Playhouse) for which he won a West End Wilma Award and in the original West End cast of 'Everybody's Talking About Jamie'.

Prior to this he appeared in 'Yank! The Musical' (European Premiere), toured China with The 12 Tenors, made it to the final 6 boys on X Factor 2007 and appeared in the 20th Anniversary of 'Les Miserables'.

Sabrina Aloueche:

Sabrina is best known for playing Scaramouche in the hit musical 'We Will Rock You' which she played for four years.

Sabrina has played two characters in two London productions of Les Misérables, firstly Young Cosette at the Palace Theatre and then, and to critical acclaim she played the part of Eponine at the Queen's Theatre where she was also cast to play the same part in the 21st anniversary show that was recorded for a BBC radio Live broadcast.

She has recently been seen playing the role of Faith in the European Premiere of the musical 'Brooklyn' at the Geeenwich Theatre.

Andrew Patrick-Walker:

Andrew's theatre credits include Street Singer in the European Premiere of Brooklyn - The Musical (Greenwich Theatre), Tremont*chick with a dick in the revival of Jerry Springer - The Opera (Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester), Lead Vocalist in This Is the Greatest Show (UK Tour), 1st cover Blake/ on-stage Swing in the World Premiere of Bat Out of Hell - The Musical (Manchester Opera house/London Coliseum/ Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto.

Andrew also appears regularly as Vocalist with The Jersey Quartet.

The evening will be MD'd by Nicole Johnson, an award winning pianist/accompanist and vocal coach, with equal passions for both classical and musical theatre genres. She is a staff accompanist at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where her specialisms are English Art Song and German Lied, and is also a vocal coach on the Musical Theatre pathway at London Studio Centre.

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Before and during the shows, cocktails, wines, champagnes and snacks are available. We would also encourage you to enjoy a meal in the Brasserie before or after a performance.


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