STARS OF THE WEST END Sing The Rock Musicals, a theatrical production produced by the British Theatre Playhouse and Worldwide Entertainment is unique in that it brings together.
the best leading stars from London’s West End using their offerings in giving us the most recognisable songs from the musicals in which they were the leading stars!
Saturday, 27th April 2019 - 7.30pm @One Farrer Hotel Grand ballroom
Tickets price: S$98- S$288
STARS OF THE WEST END Sing The Rock Musicals will introduce songs by legendary rock stars from the smash hit musicals WE WILL ROCK YOU (Queen), THRILLER LIVE(Michael Jackson), THE BODYGUARD (Whitney Houston), TINA(TinaTurner), BEAUTIFUL (CaroleKing), DREAMGIRLS and MOTOWN THE MUSICAL. This high-octane whistle-stop tour of the West End and Broadway features four internationally-renowned stars of British musical theatre and a selection of hit songs from current West End rock musicals that are sure to bring the audience to their feet, celebrating the most celebrated rock musicals of all time!
For us, everything is about giving our audience a great night out at the theatre, so the show will also include some all-time musical theatre hits from THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and LES MISERABLES!
Songs to look forward to
We Will Rock You (Queen)
We Are The Champion
We Will Rock You
I Want to Break Free
Love of My Life
Don’t Stop Me Now
The Phantom of The Opera: The Phantom of The Opera
Les Miserables: I Dream a Dream
Tina Turner (Tina Turner): What’s Love Got To Do With It, We Don’t Need Another Hero
Beautiful (Carole King): Will You Love Me Tomorrow, You’ve Got A Friend, You Make Me Feel Like A Natural
Dreamgirls: Dreamgirls, One Night Only
Motown: Can I Close The Door On Love?, Hey Joe
Thriller Live (Michael Jackson): Billie Jean, Man in the Mirror
The Bodyguard (Whitney Houston)
I Will Always Love You
I Have Nothing
Run To You
One Moment in Time
MEET THE CAST
Carole Stennett is a singer and actress of Jamaican heritage from Haringey, North London. She has recently returned from China, where she performed as the lead role; Rachel Marron in The Bodyguard China Tour. Carole has an array of experience working nationally and internationally. She was nominated for the West End Frame Award -Understudy of the Year 2016 for her role as Alternate Rachel Marron in The Bodyguard UK Tour, West End and Toronto. Her previous roles also include The Lion King (Nala), From Page to Stage (Sapphire), The Bodyguard (Nicki Marron), Little Shop of Horrors (Ronnette) and Thriller Live (female vocalist).
Mike Sterling is a much-in-demand performer with over 30 years’ experience encompassing West End theatre, television, radio, classical stage and recording.
He has worked alongside many superstars in various television programmes and UK tours, including Dame Shirley Bassey, Barry Manilow, Michael Ball and Engelbert Humperdinck.
His West End credits include The Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera which he performed over 1,000 times at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London and Jean Valjean in Les Misérables. His portrayal of both roles has earned him international acclaim.
He has also played the roles of Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, Marius in Les Misérables and Perón in Evita and, in 2008, played the role of Fagin in the Chinese premiere of Lionel Bart’s Oliver! at the PLA Opera House, Beijing.
He took part in both the 10th and 25th Les Misérables Anniversary Concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1995 and O2 Arena in 2010 respectively and has toured his own concert, Mike Sterling in Concert, repeatedly.
He has appeared on television extensively, including fronting his own series, Mike Sterling’s Music Forum, for Border Television and released several solo albums.He has performed across the world with many leading orchestras.
Shona Lindsay made her professional debut at the age of twelve in the title role of Annie and went on to play numerous children’s roles in both theatre and television, including Barbara Boyer in The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole and The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole for Thames Television. She left school to join the company of Crossroads for Central Television, playing the role of Sara Briggs for two years. To mark the end of Crossroads, she released the single Goodbye for RCA/BMG and, in 1990, Andrew Lloyd Webber cast her as Christine in The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London and she became the youngest actress ever to play this role.
Ricardo was born in Angola in 1974. He moved to the UK from Portugal in 2005 and quickly landed a leading role in ‘We Will Rock You’ directed by Ben Elton.
Galileo in We Will Rock You (London) directed by Ben Elton, lead vocalist in The Classic Rock Show (UK and European tours), Frankie Belize in Carmen (London) directed by Sir Nicholas Hytner for the London Theatre Company, Taxi Driver in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (London) directed by Bartlett Sher, Alberto Beddini in Top Hat the Musical (London and UK tour) directed by Matthew White, lead vocalist in The Wonderful World of Captain Beaky and His Band (London) directed by Hugh Wooldridge, lead vocalist in Strictly Come Dancing: The Professionals (UK tour), Willie Lopez in Ghost (London workshop) directed by Matthew Warchus and lead vocalist in The Night of 1000 Voices (London) directed by Hugh Wooldridge.