Featuring a guest performances by Daniel Boys, the star of West End musical Ordinary Days and previously Avenue Q, the evening marks the first of three concerts produced by Speckulation Entertainment with composer Michael Bruce and Speckulation's co-founder Paul Spicer launching their own CDs with dates in March and May.
For more information about Speckulation Entertainment's concerts Live at the Delfont Room, which are presented in association with Whatsonstage.com, can be found here along with preferential ticket deals for Whatsonstage.com Club members.
In an exclusive competition to coincide with the release of Helena's album, Speckulation Entertainment and Whatsonstage.com are giving theatregoers the chance to win one of TWO FULL SETS of Speckulation Entertainment's back catalogue worth £100! A must-have for any musical theatre fan.
The prize includes recordings of Departure Lounge, Julie Atherton's second album No Space for Air, Stiles & Drewe's musical adaptation of Peter Pan, Christmas in New York, A Spoonful of Stiles & Drewe and of course, a copy of Helena Blackman's hotly anticipated debut solo album, The Sound of Rodgers & Hammerstein.
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