Presented as a charity gala in aid of Centrepoint, the U.K.'s leading charity for homeless young people, the cast will include Caroline Sheen as Rebecca, Tim Rogers as Saul, Matt Zimmerman as Avram, Leila Benn Harris as Bella, James Yeoburn as Ben, Jenny Logan as Rachel, Sebastian Croft as David and Graham MacDuff as Nathan.
The ensemble will feature Amelia Adams-Pearce, Ben Stock, Marc Joseph and Danny Whitehead, as well as an ensemble of singers and dancers from the Arts Educational School and an orchestra on stage of 11.
Ragtime tells the tale of a group of Jewish immigrants as they arrive to start a new life in New York in 1910. It originally opened at Broadway's Mark Hellinger Theatre in 1986, but closed after only four performances.
It is produced by Aria Entertainment and Knockhardy Productions, whose previous West End charity concerts include Children of Eden at The Prince of Wales Theatre and Cinderella Boom or Bust at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
To book tickets and for further details, visit http://www.ragsinconcert.com.