Sunday 8th December
@Emmer Green Primary School, Reading
Learn to sing 'I Wish I Could Go Back to College' and 'Purpose' from Avenue Q in harmony and alongside a special West End guest (TBC), who will also be hosting an intimate performance and Q&A.
(Please bear in mind if booking for any children that Avenue Q is more 'adult' in nature than other musicals!)
- - Ticket includes all booking fees.
- - Children are welcome to attend but U16s must be accompanied by an adult and both must have purchased a ticket for the workshop. (One price for all tickets)
- - Full details of the day and any extra venue/parking information will be emailed to you after you have purchased your tickets and will be sent to the email address used to make the booking.
- Ticket: £21.00
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About Warble The West End
Warble the West End is a singing event (don't worry, you won't have to sing on your own!) celebrating the very best of London's West End musicals.
At each event we will take on a different musical and learn two songs from the show, all with expert guidance from West End cast members! Not only will our West End guest be on hand to help, but they will lead you through a professional warm up, participate in a Q&A session and perform a few songs from your favourite musicals!
Warble the West End is designed for adults and teenagers of all singing abilities; we promise there won't be a music score in sight, and you'll be amazed how quickly you'll be singing in harmony!
Lucy has been playing the piano since the age of 5, discovering her vocal ability along the way. Graduating with first-class honours in Piano Performance from the London College of Music, she has always been keen to keep her career exciting and diverse.
Lucy's previous experience ranges from teaching singing and piano to appearing in the feature film of 'Joseph', performing on stage at the Royal Albert Hall with the London Philharmonic Choir and playing piano at New York's Carnegie Hall.
She has previously played keyboards in a number of musicals, including Jersey Boys (West End and UK Tour), Priscilla the Musical (UK Tour) and Mamma Mia (UK Tour).
Jonathan Vickers is originally from Aberdeen in Scotland and trained at the Guildford School of Acting, graduating in 2009.
Theatre credits include: Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys (International tour); Jerome Martin Krauth and William Rowland in Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War Of The Worlds (UK arena tour); Perkins/understudy Edward Lyons in Blood Brothers (UK tour); Jonny Warner in Zombie Prom (Landor Theatre); The Production Singer/Rod in Singin' In The Rain (Broadway Theatre) & Danny Gilmartin in Calamity Jane (Gatehouse Theatre).