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Drew Gasparini Live in London Mon 17th February 2014

Drew GaspariniAward winning musical theatre composer Drew Gasparini is jetting in from NYC to London for a one-off intimate performance in the heart of the West End on Mon 17th February 2014.

In collaboration with London based company TwentySomething Productions Drew has created a concert series known as The Platform NYC/LDN, respective of each city, with each concert promoting dynamic and contemporary New York-based composers and a number of international performers.

Drew Gasparini is an accomplished composer and singer/songwriter whose music was featured on the second season of NBC’s Smash. His other musicals include Above My Pay Grade, Inappropriate Stories Told at a Bar and Crazy, Just Like Me. Drew’s new show, Make Me Bad, is at this moment in development and has received a great reception throughout recent industry readings.

Drew released his album I Could Use A Drink in 2013 featuring Broadway’s stars including Jeremy Jordan, Caissie Levy, Lindsay Mendez and Drew Weston, who were at The Platform LDN in October 2013.

TwentySomething Productions was created out of a passion for contemporary American musical theatre and in 2013 they produced a workshop version of Kerrigan-Lowdermilk’s Tales From the Bad Years as part of the new writing festival, From Page to Stage, at the Landor Theatre, which is now in its second year.

Drew Gasparini Live in London will be an intimate evening, as a preview of what’s to be expected in his London concert to be staged in Spring of this year, featuring a live band with established and exciting new West End talent.

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  • Neil Cheesman

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