Join the highly acclaimed and talented Daisy Wood-Davis for a BEAUTIFUL evening, with West End friends Vicki Manser and Laura Baldwin as they take us back to the 60’s and 70’s with songs from the hit musical in which Daisy, played the extraordinary Carole King.
This is a hybrid event, to purchase tickets to watch live at the theatre please click on 'booking & prices' or please click here to purchase a virtual ticket.
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Daisy is known for her performances on both stage and small screen with a tremendous following from her time on Hollyoaks as Kim Butterfield, Eastenders as Tansy Meadow and Holby City as Phoebe Crowhurst, before heading to the stage to star in a number of hugely successful UK and European productions including Dreamboats & Petticoats playing Laura, The Rocky Horror Show as Janet, Hair as Sheila and of course Beautiful as Carole King.
Vicki and Laura alongside Daisy will be also performing a number of other musical favourites from their previous roles including songs from Six in which Vicki played Katherine Howard and Waitress where Laura played Dawn Pinkett.
Vicki and Laura have also starred in a number of other productions between them including, FAME, Bat Out Of Hell, Caberet (Vicki) and Betty Blue Eyes, Shrek and Eugenius (Laura).
Daisy, Vicki and Laura, will be lead by BEAUTIFUL Assistant Musical Director and his band, Luke Holman.
Luke is a well known Musical Director and conductor, originally from Street in Somerset, who has worked on productions including Dear Evan Hansen, City Of Angels, Hello Again and most recently Beautiful, as well as being a regular guest teacher at the Royal Academy of Music, Guildford School of Acting & Italia Conti.
If you are missing your dose of magical musical theatre, this will be an evening you will not want to miss!
Virtual Ticket: £10 + £1 booking fee
Theatre Ticket: £25