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Miss Saigon stars perform at WhatsOnStage Awards Concert

We reveal the first line-up details for the Concert, which takes place at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 15 February

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Rachelle Ann Go and Eva Noblezada
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We're delighted to announce that Miss Saigon stars Eva Noblezada and Rachelle Ann Go will perform at the 15th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 15 February.

Noblezada, who is nominated for Best Actress in a Musical, and Go, who is in the running for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, will perform the haunting duet "The Movie In My Mind".

We can also reveal that Michael Watson, nominated for Best Takeover in a Role for Jersey Boys, will join Lauren Samuels (soon to be seen in Bend it Like Beckham), Laura Tebbutt (Forbidden Broadway) and Sophia Ragavelas (Cats) to perform a tribute to Rodgers and Hammerstein.

There will also be performances from three nominees for Best Off-West End production - Dogfight, In the Heights and Sweeney Todd - as well as a specially commissioned number to mark the 15th anniversary of the awards, which are the only major theatre prizes to be voted for entirely by the audience.

Further exciting performances will be announced in the coming days.


Tickets to the Concert - which will be hosted by Mel Giedroyc and Steve Furst - are on sale now through the Delfont Mackintosh website.

The WhatsOnStage Awards Concert is directed and devised by Russell Labey, with choreography by Nick Winston, musical supervision by Alex Parker, lighting design by Derek Anderson and sound design by Simon Fox. The producers are Stuart Piper and Jason Haigh-Ellery.

Official charity

Alison Steadman takes part in Stage Swap
© Andy Commons

This year WhatsOnStage continues its support of The Big Issue Foundation as the returnee official charity of the WhatsOnStage Awards. The Big Issue Foundation is a charitable organisation which helps the The Big Issue magazine's vendors take their next steps off the street.

During the partnership The Big Issue Foundation is hosting Stage Swap, and many West End performers (including Alison Steadman, pictured) have already taken the chance to swap the stage for the street and joined our vendors to sell the magazine. There is also a chance for people to bid in a theatre themed auction event during the Awards vote.

If you would like to support The Big Issue Foundation by making a donation, please visit their website to make a donation.

Voting for the 15th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards continues until 31 January - vote now!

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