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West End Stars in London take to the Stage for a Eurovision Competition for Charity

Stars Of The West End Theater take to the stage for the Annual "Charity Eurovision Competition". Photograph courtesy of ticketmaster

Stars Of The West End Theater take to the stage for the Annual “Charity Eurovision Competition”. Photograph courtesy of ticketmaster

Stars from London’s top West End musicals will go head to head in a sing-off of Eurovision Song Contest in the annual charity show in aid of “The Make A Difference Trust”  which is the chosen charity this year.

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The “West End Eurovision” event will take place on Thursday 23rd May at The Dominion Theatre, London. The late-night show begins at 11.30pm after curtain call. 10 West End Musical Productions will pay homage to the Eurovision Song Contest s while competing against each other by singing Eurovision favourites.

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Each participating show has been challenged to produce a fully costumed performance of a past Eurovision Song Contest entry. They will be judged on the night by the audience and a celebrity panel; past household names have included Graham Norton, Arlene Phillips and Sheridan Smith. The gala will also feature a special guest appearance by a past original Eurovision entrant. Previous performances have included Scooch, Bardo and The Original Bucks Fizz.

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Last year the winners were the cast of Sweeney Todd who had UK Eurovision and West End star Michael Ball on hand to literally “cut” the competition to shreds!


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VIP tickets, priced at £100 per person, include access to the VIP and celebrity pre-show reception, canapés and Champagne, red carpet paparazzi arrival, premium seat, souvenir brochure, and access to the after-show party to join celebrity judges, hosts and performers. Standard tickets are also available at a cost of £25 to £45 per person. Tickets are available on Ticket Master.

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All proceeds from ticket sales will go to “The Make A Difference Trust”. The charity unites the UK’s entertainment industry, using its stars, audience, influence and appeal to raise money, awareness and hope for people living with HIV, Aids and other chronic illnesses.

This is a wonderful night of Eurovision and Fun all in aid of a good charity. 

Author/Website Co-Founder and Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source – IncentiveTravel and Ticketmaster

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