Stars of the West End head to Hall spectacular
Organisers who brought you an open air fundraising production of Les Miserables at Doddington Hall in 2008 are back with another musical charity event, and this time they are bringing stars from the West End to the county.
Audiences will be able to relax in a beautiful garden setting and enjoy music from everyone's favourite musicals when One Day More is performed at the same venue.
Music from Phantom Of The Opera, Miss Saigon and Les Misérables will be performed in a show from Jamie Marcus Productions in aid of the Lincolnshire Community Foundation on Friday to Sunday, August 23-25.
West End performers coming to the event have been confirmed as Jane Horn, Zoe Curlett and Christopher Howard.
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Jamie Marcus says: "Zoe has played Christine in Phantom Of The Opera and has been in Les Misérables as well, while Jane has played Eponine in Les Misérables and Pearl in Starlight Express.
"Christopher is a fantastic performer and has been in all the top West End shows, and I am delighted we have secured him to come and sing in Lincolnshire for the first time."
Christopher, who is a tenor and has been in Les Misérables, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Cats, Chess, South Pacific and Carousel among other shows, says: "It's going to be brilliant. Audiences love all the songs such as At The End Of The Day from Les Misérables. As soon as they hear the music for that number the audience just love it.
"If I had to pick one favourite song it would probably be Bui-doi from Miss Saigon, it's so dramatic and I love hitting those big notes and it's such stirring music."
Jamie Marcus adds: "We wanted to celebrate these wonderful musicals with West End stars who have been in them.
"Doddington Hall is a unique venue. When we put the show on in 2008 we made the decision to have a certain amount of under cover seating next time. So we have a big marquee this year where a substantial number of people can be sat under cover, as well as having slightly cheaper open air seats.
"The ensemble in the show will be made up of people who have worked with us over the years and we know their standard is fantastic, including some of the original members of the 2008 production.
"There will be songs everyone will know such as All I Ask Of You, the title song from Phantom Of The Opera. Then, from Miss Saigon we have songs like Why God Why and Miss Saigon, and from Les Misérables, One Day More."
The doors will open several hours before the show each night so anyone with tickets can have a walk around Doddington Hall first. On Friday and Saturday there will also be a hog roast in the grounds, and on the Sunday a pre-show summer buffet in the Coach House.
The event has been organised to raise funds for Make A Start, a project run by Lincolnshire Community Foundation, which helps anyone over 16 in the county to get into education, training or improve themselves.
Grounds open at 5pm. Show time: 7.30pm. All areas are seated and refreshments are available to purchase in the grounds. Only guide dogs permitted. Access for disabled. Tickets £17.50-£32.50. Box office: 01522 873894, www.lincolndrillhall.com