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Please note: This event is in the past and is available as a reference only.

Matthew Goodgame unites West End Stars in the fight against Dementia, raising awareness and support for The Alzheimers Society. Matthew, who has played numerous leading roles in the West End, lost his mother three years ago to the disease, is raising money for the charity.

Matthew has created a West End Variety show that combines the razzle dazzle of show business and a genuine personal touch that will warm your hearts. 

Joining Matthew are West End Stars, Adam Bailey, with his unique versatile voice who is currently appearing in one of the most talked about shows, The Book of Mormon. His other theatre credits include Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Cats, Starlight Express and Taboo. Charlotte Gooch whose credits include Top Hat, Dirty Dancing, Strictly Ballroom and most recently the touring version of Flashdance. Amy Webb who has just returned from playing the iconic role of Elphaba in Wicked, has also starred in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hair and Mamma Mia. Alan Burkitt who has lead many a show including Top Hat, Singing in the Rain, 42nd Street and has also choreographed for BBC's Strictly Come Dancing. Come and support The Alzheimers Society through song and dance as they bring a West End Variety Show to your doorstep.


Sunday 8th September at 2:00pm

Ticket Prices

Tickets: £18.00
Pensioners: £17.00
Children: £16.00
Family Ticket: £64.00 (Two adults, two children)