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Past Events

Past EventsSaturday, February 20

Some Enchanted Evening: A Celebration of Rodgers and Hammerstein

Henry Goodman
Issy Van Randwyck
Clive Rowe
Michael Haslam
Stuart Permutt

Henry Goodman, Issy Van Randwyck and Clive Rowe presented two performances of song, anecdotes and glamour celebrating the musical theatre of Rodgers and Hammerstein. With musical direction by Michael Haslam and script by Stewart Permutt.

Issy Van Randwyck is a triple Olivier Award nominee. Recent theatre work includes Closer Than Ever (Offie Award nomination), Ravingand A Further Education (Hampstead Theatre) . TV and film credits include The Danish Girl, Hippopotamus, Partners in Crime (BBC) and Christopher and his Kind (BBC). She has been acclaimed for her recent role in A Further Education at the Hampstead Theatre.  
 
Clive Rowe has been in show business for nearly 29 years. His work spans theatre, TV and a teeny-tiny bit of film. From comedy, drama and the classics to musical theatre, one could say that he has his fingers in many pies, which could account for his size. But his greatest love is singing.
 
Henry Goodman is a multi-award-winning actor, twice recipient of the Laurence Olivier award and winner of the London Critics' Circle Award. He has recently starred in Trevor Nunn's Volpone.
 
Michael Haslam is a musical director, conductor and pianist. He is also a skilled arranger and orchestrator. He has worked extensively in the West End, at the National Theatre and on tour in the UK and abroad.
 
Stewart Permutt was winner of a Fringe First Award at Edinburgh for Real Babies Don't Cry. Other work includes Unsuspecting Susan starring Celia Imrie, Many Roads to Paradise and, most recently, Love and Lust In Lewisham.        
 
Tickets are £24.50, £29.50 and £39.50 please follow link below to book. 
 
This event is not included in the Kings Place multi-buy ticket offer. 

 

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