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New Bard Productions’ Hundred Story City

Hundred Story CityHundred Story City, a concert produced by New Bard Productions with musical direction by Simon Lambert, in The Delfont Room, Prince of Wales Theatre for a one night only performance at 11.00pm on Friday 5th September 2014.

The concert consisted of stories set in New York City with music by Broadway and Off Broadway composers, such as, Jonathon Larson, Joe Iconic, Jeanine Tesori, Adam Gwon and many more. The concert included songs from Hit List, Rent, Ghost, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Title of Show, I Love You, Because, The Last Five Years and Ordinary Days, and showcased a cast of four, featuring International and West End performers from Les Misérables, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and We Will Rock You.

Meet The Performers!
Alice Fearn: Currently in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels understudying Christine Colgate.
Celinde Schoenmaker: Currently in Les Misérables playing Fantine.
Rob Houchen: Currently in Les Misérables playing Marius.
Rob Castell: Recently in the We Will Rock You Arena Tour playing Pop.

Hundred Story City Cast

Following a fabulous concert from these four performers, here is some audience feedback!

Alice Fearn has a sensational voice that gives you goosebumps when she sings. She captivated the audience with her performance.

Celinde has a beautiful voice, and the songs chosen for her really allowed her to demonstrate her vocal versatility.

Rob Houchen and Rob Castell were both amazing. They delivered their songs with truth and intent, and really brought the audience into the mood of each song.

When the four sang together on the stage, it was just magnificent. They complemented each other so well and were in perfect harmony with each other.

There were a few comic songs put in, which were absolutely perfect and were acted out with such passion and conviction, you couldn’t help but laugh. The show was absolutely amazing from the start!

These performers have charisma and confidence in their delivery and together with wonderful vocals, this was a terrific show!
Audience feedback from Charlotte Smith

Watch out for the next late night concert at The Delfont Room, The Prince of Wales Theatre, London.

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