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Break Free

Closed 28 Feb 2021

Online

An empowering musical celebration with LGBT+ theatre artists.
Break Free - online from thespie

Image courtesy thespie

Show details

Synopsis


Break Free is an empowering musical celebration with LGBT+ theatre artists, sharing their personal journeys and performances of musical theatre and pop songs that have inspired them.


14 stage stars will feature in the filmed concert of pop and musical theatre songs, with proceeds going to LGBT+ charity Stonewall UK.


This special filmed event will be available to watch live from over 100 countries, and is available to purchase in various currencies.


Break Free premieres on Friday 19 February at 8PM GMT and purchasers have on-demand access for 72 hours.


Background, advisory warnings


Age suitability: No age restriction


All proceeds go to Stonewall UK.


This special filmed event will be available to watch live from over 100 countries, and is available to purchase in various currencies.


Break Free premieres on Friday 19 February at 8PM GMT and purchasers have on-demand access for 72 hours


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Dates


Previews from:Friday 19 February 2021

Closes:Sunday 28 February 2021

Performance days & times


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Running time: 50 mins

Tickets


Standard:
From £8

Cast


Natasha Agnew,

Paul Baker,

Allie Daniel,

Eloise Davis,

Andrew Derbyshire,

Nick Hayes,

Mark Inscoe,

Eleanor Kane,

Millie O'Connell,

Alex Thomas Smith,

Courtney Stapleton,

La Voix,

Shona White,

Layton Williams

Charlotte Yorke


Creatives


Production: Thespie

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