In our latest Live Streaming project, Whatsonstage.com has teamed up with our long-term partner Perfect Pitch to present this evening's world premiere performance of Aaron Lee Lambert's new musical From Up Here.

The performance at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell kicks off at 7.30pm and you can watch it in its entirety in the screen below. And afterwards, please take time to fill in the survey at the bottom.

From Up Here explores time, change and the choices that shape the lives of five very different people whose paths cross in the most unlikely of ways. High above the bustle of the city, five strangers find solace on the Brooklyn Bridge, suspended between who they were and what the might become.

With a fresh, contemporary score that drawns influences from Adam Guettel and Jason Robert Brown, From Up Here asks the question: What makes life worth living?

Perfect Pitch has assembled a cast of experienced West End performers including Leila Benn Harris (Enron, Imagine This), Tommy Sherlock (Wicked), Russell Walker (Dirty Dancing), Lisa Kerr (Top Girls) and Tony Kemp (The Sound of Music).

CREDITS:

From Up Here by Aaron Lee Lambert
Presented by Perfect Pitch & South Hill Park
Developed by Perfect Pitch in association Hazlitt Arts Centre, the MTA, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland & South Hill Park

Originally conceived at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama by Adam Day Howard, Lucy Hutchinson, Aaron Lee Lambert, Benjamin Murray, Colette Neill, Adrienne Salmon, Lindsey Scigliano & Shona Wildman. Developed with Adam Day Howard, Benjamin Murray & Adrianne Salmon

Video produced by UnveilArts

Cast:

Emily - Leila Benn-Harris, Dan - Tommy Sherlock, Jill - Lisa Kerr, Alan - Russell Walker, Henry - Tony Kemp
Piano - Tom Attwood, Clarinet/Flute/Saxophone - Harriet Oughton, Violin - Deborah Hewitt, Cello - Nick Trumble

Directed by Luke Sheppard, Musical Direction by Tom Attwood, Set Design - Victoria Spearing, Costume Design - Pippa Batt, Lighting Design - Alan Valentine, Sound Design - Phil Hoegger, Stage Management - Joe Malyan

Perfect Pitch is supported by Arts Council England.