Olivier Winner Riding and Forthcoming Avenue Q Star Atherton Set for Not(es) from New York Concert

News   Olivier Winner Riding and Forthcoming Avenue Q Star Atherton Set for Not(es) from New York Concert
 
Not(es) from New York, an evening focusing on songs by U.K.-based composers, will be presented March 19 at London's Duchess Theatre.

The 7:30 PM concert will feature the talents of Joanna Riding, Richard Dempsey, Julie Atherton and Paul Spicer. The foursome will interpret the works of Charles Miller and Grant Olding. Miller's musicals include Build Me a Bridge, No One in the World and Brenda Bly: Teen Detective, while Olding has composed Three Sides, A Celebrity Chef Ate My Hamster and Spittin' Distance.

The evening will boast direction by David Randall with additional direction and musical staging by Paul Spicer. Mark Collins will be featured on piano.

Two-time Olivier Award winner Joanna Riding has appeared in West End productions of My Fair Lady, Blithe Spirit, The Witches of Eastwick and Guys and Dolls.

Richard Dempsey, who will soon be seen in Citizenship, has appeared in such shows as Fame, Honk, Into the Woods, Just So and Out of This World.

Julie Atherton will play Kate Monster in the forthcoming West End production of Avenue Q. Her previous stage credits include Fame and Mamma Mia!. Paul Spicer has been seen onstage in The Witches of Eastwick, Fame, Taboo and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

The Duchess Theatre is located on Catherine Street in London. Tickets, priced £11-£30, are available by calling 0870 890 1103 or by visiting www.notesfromnewyork.co.uk.

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