It’s lights, music and song at the Stephen Joseph Theatre which is gearing up for a show-stopping cabaret with West End performers.
The Almost Secret Fairly Late Night Cabaret brings together the musical stars of the theatre’s current productions, The Boy Who Fell Into A Book and Cox and Box – Mrs Bouncer’s Legacy, in a one-night-only fundraiser on Thursday August 21 from 9pm.
Proceeds from the evening, which includes an after-show supper provided by Eat Me Café, will go towards the theatre’s Seventh Wave fund to support new writers and talent development.
The theatre’s fundraising and development consultant Ann-Marie Merrick said: “With a stellar West End star cast at the theatre right now it would be a crying shame to let them get away without giving us a summer season send-off cabaret.”
Actor John Barr, who plays Gran Wolf in The Boy Who Fell Into A Book, is an accomplished cabaret performer and will compère and perform on the night.
He said: “I’m looking forward to performing here in Scarborough with some wonderful friends from the cast.”