February Concert 2011: Lullaby of Broadway
Imperial Productions presents
Lullaby of Broadway
a concert of songs from the shows
at the London Oratory School Theatre, London SW6
Saturday 12th February 2011 at 7.30pm
Tickets £10 in advance / £13 on the door
About the Show
Continuing our successful series of winter concerts, Imperial Productions returns to the London Oratory School Theatre with another glittering evening of songs from the shows to brighten those dark nights. Some of our oldest friends join forces with shining new talent in a show that guarantees something for everyone, assembled by director David Phipps-Davis and musical director by Edmund Connolly.
Featuring songs from A Chorus Line, Rent, Hair, The Last Five Years, Follies, The Wild Party, Cabaret, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Avenue Q, Jekyll & Hyde, Miss Saigon, Starlight Express, Little Shop of Horrors, Spamalot and many more.
Lucy Allenby, Richard Chatwin, Danni Cormack, Emma Finlay, Collette Fraser, Katerina Georgiou, Kathryn Hamilton-Hall, Sarah Humphreys, Tom Idelson, Joyce Lorinstein, Siobhan McInnes, Julie McLellan, Sheila Murphy, Jenny Perry, David Phipps-Davis, Olga-Marie Pratt, Sara Raafat, Claire Taylor-Smith, Kate Thomas & Helen Wright.
Directions to the Theatre
The London Oratory School is located near Earl's Court in Fulham. It's a 10 minute walk from West Brompton Station, which is well served by public transport:
by Underground: One stop from Earl's Court on the District Line, Wimbledon Branch.
by Overground: Trains run direct from Willesden Junction in the North and Clapham Junction in the South
by Bus: Routes 74, 190 and 430 stop on Old Brompton Road outside West Brompton Station.
by Car: Free parking in the London Oratory School car park.
When leaving the tube station, turn left, cross the bridge and take the first road on the left, Seagrave Road. You'll pass the Atlas Pub, an ideal point to rendez-vous with friends, then continue to the end of Seagrave Road. The Oratory School is in front of you - follow the road through the grounds to the right, where you'll find the John McIntosh Arts Centre - and we're inside!