West End Guest Star
Alternate Jamie New
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Durham Cathedral · Fri 1st Nov 2019
TICKETS from £27
£29.70 inc. booking fee
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£77.00 inc. booking fee
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About the Show
Stunning voices in a stunning setting
Join the World’s Number 1 Musical Theatre group, Collabro, for an unforgettable live concert at the stunning Durham Cathedral.
Since triumphing on Britain’s Got Talent and performing at the Royal Variety Performance, the boys have sold-out venues all over the world and for one night only, will be bringing their breathtaking live show to one of the country’s most famous buildings. Featuring a mix of contemporary and classic musical theatre numbers and a few surprises too, their Live at the Cathedral appearance is not to be missed!
Collabro will be joined by Luke Bayer, fresh from wowing audiences as alternate Jamie New in the smash-hit new musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, currently playing London’s Apollo Theatre. Luke recently won ‘Best Performance By An Understudy/Alternate in A Play or Musical’ at the 2018 BroadwayWorld UK Awards and is earning an enviable reputation as the perfect leading man.
Live at the Cathedral will be performed inside the UNESCO World Heritage site Durham Cathedral in the centre of Durham.
There is plenty of secure parking in Durham City Centre, for a list and a map, please take a look at Durham City car parks – Durham County Council. Narrow, medieval streets mean there is no parking at the cathedral itself, apart from very limited disabled parking at the top of the Durham Peninsula.
Durham Railway Station is on the East Coast Mainline with services from LNER, CrossCountry, Transpenine Express and Northern.
For your safety and security
Bag and security searches will be in operation. Please have all bags open and ready for inspection upon entry. Bags larger than an A4 piece of paper, rucksacks, suitcases and items of luggage will not be allowed into the cathedral.
Live at the Cathedral will feature smoke, haze and fog effects, loud music and flashing lights throughout.
If you have a condition which could be aggravated by any these, please seek further advice before attending.