What’s Streaming – February and Beyond

With so many theatres and productions turning to streaming I thought a list of what is on and when would be useful.

National Theatre at Home – Variety of dates and titles.

National Theatre at home includes –

  • Dick Whittington – until 22nd February.
  • Julie – on all year.
  • Amadeus – until 30th April
  • Three Sisters – until 30th November
  • Yerma – until 30th November
  • Othelo until 30th November

There are both annual and monthly subscriptions to NT at Home. You can find out more on their website.

Good Grief – until 15th April

You can read my review of Good Grief here. It is a hybrid between a play and a movie and deals with the different stages of grief.

The show has a running time of 50 minutes and tickets are £15. They can be purchased here.

The Colour Purple – 16th February to the 7th March

This is a new , digital production of the award winning 2019 production by Curve Theatre. The Colour Purple tells of a racially divided Southern America. T’Shan Williams plays Celie.

Show times vary from a morning show at 10:30am, a matinee at 2:30 and evening shows between 7:30- 8:30 depending on the day. Tickets are £20. Tickets can be brought here.

West End Musical Drive In – 19th February – 21st March

Each week the West End Musical Drive In team brings you a different concert. Harking back to Summer 2020 when we could go to a concert, albeit in our car the series of concerts are now being live streamed. You can read the review of the 1st concert in the series here.

The concerts vary from 1 hour 35 – 2 hours and are shown at 7pm Friday – Sunday each week. Tickets are £15 and can be purchased here.

Songs For A New World – 21st – 28th February

Filmed during the first lockdown and on the artists smartphone we are being given another chance to stream Songs For A New World on stream.theatre. It stars Rachel Tucker, Cedric Neal, Ramin Karimloo, Rachel John and Cedric Neal. If it is anything like the concert I saw over the summer it is one to catch.

The show is 1 hour 45 min and tickets are £15 plus a £3 transaction fee. The first performance is a ticketed event and thereafter can be streamed at any time between 00:00 on the 22nd Feb until 23:59 on the 28th.

The Secret Society of Leading Ladies – 22nd February – 7th March

This show takes you into a world where musical theatre characters can co-exist in the same space regardless of era or genre. This concert provides the audience with their own choice of performers or songs. 14 performers with 150+ possibilities. Throughout the concert you are presented with choice screens. You can also purchase a one day ticket to watch all the different combinations!!

The show is streamed by Barn Theatre and is 30 minutes long. Tickets can be purchased here.

Gatsby – A Musical – 26th to the 28th February

Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel is brought to life in this semi-staged concert, filmed at Cadogan Hall. It stars former Spandau Ballet Frontman, Ross William Wild as well as Jodie Steele, Liam Doyle, Emma Williams Blake Patrick Anderson and Mark Antolin.

Show time is 7:30 with a running time of 2 hours 15min. Tickets are £20 and can be brought here.

Redemption Room – 27th February to 13th March

Secret Theatre Projects takes on an interactive theatrical experience which takes place on Zoom. The fate of 6 celebrities rest in the audiences hands. As soon as you buy the ticket you can contact the celebrities directly to build a rapport.

Tickets are £17.59 and the show is on at a variety of times. Tickets can be brought here.

The Sorcerers Apprentice – 26th February – 14th March

This new musical, staged at Southwark Playhouse, explores the world between the Sorcerer and his daughter.

Tickets are £15 plus £3 transaction fee. The show is 2 hours long and either at 2:30pm or 7:00pm and tickets can be brought here. Read my review here.

Treason the Musical – 12th -14th March

Treason is a new musical drama about the gunpowder plot. The show is still in development but this concert will feature some west end stars including Lucie Jones, Oliver Tompsett, Bradley Jaden, Cedric Neal and more. Some songs are already on Spotify if you want to have a listen. The show is filmed live at Cadogen Hall.

Tickets, if brought before 1st March are £10. Tickets can be brought here.

The Picture of Dorian Grey – 16th – 31st March

Streamed by the Barn Theatre this adapts this classic story into the modern world of social media.

Shows are at 8pm each day and tickets are £12. They can be purchased here.

Lucie Jones and David Hunter’s Concert 18th April

The Waitress co-stars are reuniting for this concert. Promising stunning vocals, beautiful arrangements and real life friendship. Whislt you can purchase tickets to go to Cadogen Hall itself you can also purchae tickets for the Livestream.

Tickets for the livestream are £20 plus a booking fee of £4. Tickets can be brought here.

If you like this article on What’s Streaming, you might like my book review of 20 Theatres to See Before You Die, my review of Bathtubs Over Broadway on Netflix and the best Filmed On Stage DVD’s.

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