Lambert Jackson & Theatre Café launch series of live streamed concerts in reaction to theatre shutdown

17 Mar
Posted in: Theatre News
Author: Staff

Theatres across the country are shutting due to the coronavirus pandemic and the latest government guidelines but companies like Lambert Jackson Productions and the Theatre Café are offering some hope amidst all the despair. Together they have announced an initiative to keep actors in paid work during the theatre closures. Leave a Light On will be an extensive series of intimate, piano vocal concerts streamed live from The Theatre Café to audiences for a small affordable fee.

The concerts will range from performers with huge, established followings to performers who may have only just started in theatre. Starting next Monday, 23 March 2020, three 45-minute concerts will take place each day, aimed not only to provide financial support for the performers involved, but also to provide entertainment for people in self-isolation.

Lambert Jackson Productions and The Theatre Café today said:

“We are so excited about this project. This is a really dark time for the theatre world and we want to help wherever we can, as much as possible. The idea that people who are self-isolating can help performers who have lost all of their work is a really beautiful thing, and also speaks volumes about our amazing industry and the community it fosters.”

 More details and a full line-up will be released later.