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Andrew D. Brewis is Keeping the Lights On
20th November 2020 @ 19:00 to 22nd November 2020 @ 23:30donation
Support THE PALACE PAIGNTON with a masterclass in musicals. Streaming from 7pm on the 20th November for 48hrs
Prepare for singer and jazz pianist Andrew D. Brewis to perform almost live in your living room, thanks to the magic of YouTube — I love this music, and I’ve been playing it all my life. I can’t promise any dance routines – but from the intimate charm of My Fair Lady to the epic sweep of Les Misérables, you can expect an evening of theatrical magic, all conjured by me and a beautiful Steinway grand piano. Now, for my third ‘lockdown’ jazz concert, I’m celebrating the darkened playhouses of the West End and Broadway with a tribute to the legends of musical theatre, past and present. This is a chance to see and hear me perform the classic Broadway songbook in a distinctly British style that I’ve honed over 30 years and four continents. And from the best seats in the house, too — your house.
So, put on your favourite slippers, grab the rustliest bag of sweets you like and have your evening out – in! Just fire up YouTube on your favourite Smart TV, tablet or computer and let me transport you to the West End.
Keeping the Lights On is brought you to in support of your local theatre. It will be available to stream from 7pm on Saturday 21 till midnight on 22nd November .
’Admission’ is free, but this year has been hard on both performing artists and the venues they call home. You can do your bit towards keeping the lights on by clicking the button and making a donation, which will be shared between me and The Palace, in Paignton . We both thank you in advance for your support.
Andrew’s Keeping the Lights On is brought you to in support of The Palace Theatre, Paignton It will be available to stream here. ‘Admission’ is free, but this year has been hard on both performing artists and the venues they call home. You can do your bit towards keeping the lights on by making a donation (at the same address) which will be shared between Andrew and The Palace. They both thank you in advance for your support.