NEWS – Carrie James Productions Presents Your Song in aid of SANDS and Great Ormand Street Hospital

Carrie James Productions Presents Your Song in aid of SANDS and Great Ormand Street Hospital

Following on from their sell out fundraiser, An Evening With Chris Passey and Friends, Carrie James Productions returns with another fantastic night of fun, music and entertainment in aid for another two great charities.

Being held on Sunday 15 April at the Leicester Square Theatre Your Song is a night of glitz, glam and a bit of rock which is being held in aid for SANDS and the Great Ormond Street Hospital. As usual, Carrie James Productions has secured a fantastic line-up of performers, from a whole host of seasoned West End performers to songs written by the amazing Anderson and Petty.

This is also an exciting event as it is Carrie James Production’s biggest London event to date. Having sold out the Leicester Square Theatre Lounge with An Evening With Chris Passey and Friends, the team are now moving into the main theatre allowing more people to enjoy a thrilling night of varied entertainment. The line-up includes some of the best young talent in the West End including Lucy May Baker who also played Johanna in Sweeney Todd at the Chicester Festival Theatre and also played Ilse in the original London cast of Spring Awakening. Also performing is Chloe Hart, who most  noteably took the lead role in the West End production of Hairspray.

Carrie Baxter, Producer of Carrie James Productions said: “We are thrilled to be able to raise money and awareness for two incredible charities that are very close to our hearts, this is our biggest show yet and I can’t explain how exciting it is to have such amazing support from so many amazing performers.”

Speaking of why GOSH was chosen as one of the charities to support, Carrie said: “This charity deserves all the support it gets. We believe that the work they do is irreplaceable and it’s wonderful to be able to raise money and awareness for such an incredible charity.”

Speaking of why SANDS was chosen, Carrie added: “Although this charity is not necessarily a well known one, it helps parents and families who are unfortunate enough to lose a baby. Very close to my heart, this charity helped my mum and family deal with the loss of my brother. I have wanted to give something back to them for years and to finally be able to do so is something words cannot describe.”

Song-writing duo Anderson and Petty will be having some of their songs performed on the night by top west end performers Kieran Brown and Celia Graham, they said of taking part in the fundraiser: “We are so thrilled to be involved with the Your Song concert. Both of the charities involved provide much needed help to causes that we hold very close to our heart. I hope that you all enjoy the night as much as we will being a part of it.”

The line-up includes: Rhiannon Porter, Christopher J Orton, Sabrina Aloueche, Matthew Barrow, David Brewis, Ziggie Sky Ward, Tyler Scott, Elizabeth Kent, Sean Ridley, Gemma Chance, Martin Williamson, Hazel Mallinson, Rebecca Wicking, James Hume, Carrie Sutton, Tim Morgan, Danny Flitney, Jenna Boyd, Chloe Hart, Terry Saunders, Nathalie Gunn, Lucy May Barker, Damian Robinson, Stephen Oliver Webb, Amelia Whitwood, Ben Vivian Jones, Jamie Birkett, Ross Cobbold, Rob Eyles, Laura Beth Mortemore, Nicola Lashley, Louise Amelia Lloyd, Francesca Ashcroft, Kieran Brown, Celia Graham and performances from students from The Musical Theatre Academy.

We will also be joined by song writing duo Anderson and Petty.

Your Song is being held at the Leicester Square Theatre Lounge on Sunday 15 April 2012 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £15 and can be booked now at or by calling 08448 733433.


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