Theatre Together, a new collective of over 100 artists and professionals, has announced the full programme for All the Web’s a Stage – an online fundraising event featuring a variety of live performances that will be streamed on 23 April from midday to midnight.
Audiences will be able to watch the event free on www.theatretogether.co.uk
Louise Dearman,All the World’s a Stage monologue ; poetry from Jade Anouka and Luke Wright; comedy from Ivo Graham and The Yes Queens, a multi-location dance choreographed by Chris Whittaker and closing the event is Evangeline Dickson reading a new monologue, All the Web’s a Stage.Michael Rosen’s These are the Hands
In addition, throughout the week there will be a series of events across Theatre Together’s social media platforms including special performances on Instagram live – details to be announced via Twitter and an auction with the opportunity to bid for exclusive prizes including the company of NOTFLIX performing a personalised musical based on the winners chosen film and performed at a venue of their choice, a three-course dinner for two and overnight stay at a Classic Lodges hotel, a beautiful architectural drawing of the National Theatre and two season tickets for Park Theatre.
The funds raised will go towards Acting for Others and Help Musicians to support those in the arts facing hardship now as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as to The Golsoncott Foundation, supporting individuals or organisations who have been impacted by the crisis to return with a piece of work once the industry begins to recover.
The Golsoncott Foundation,Acting for Others, Help Musicians and