The stage is set! Carrie Hope Fletcher will be performing at West End Live on 22 June
MT Fest has recently announced that Carrie Hope Fletcher will be performing at West End Live, showcasing But I’m a Cheerleader with Bronte Barbe. The show was previewed earlier this year at The Other Palace by producers Paul Taylor Mills and Adam Bialow. Carrie and Bronte will perform two songs from the show.
See you at @WestEndLIVE for #MTFestUK #Nerds #ButImACheerleader
Kane Oliver Parry
Carrie Hope Fletcher
3.55pm – Sat 22 Jun – Trafalgar Square pic.twitter.com/FIfshxniuL
— MTFestUK (@fest_mt) June 14, 2019
West End Live is an annual event that takes place at Trafalgar Square, featuring top musicals on (and off) the West End scene. Producer Paul Taylor Mills shared his excitement on social media saying: “Over the moon to have this lot join me
@WestEndLIVE. We’re pulling out all the stops.”
Based of the classic 1980’s feature, But I’m a Cheerleader is about a girl called Megan (Barbe) who’s family and friends question her sexuality. They refer her to a rehabilitation camp, where she meets Graham (Fletcher) who guides her to her destined direction.
West End Live will take place this weekend. You can catch Carries performance at 3:55pm on Saturday 22 June.
Carrie has recently announced that she will be running for charity on 21 July. Alternatively, you can check out the subscription box Cherry Wallis has announced.
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