Paige, Pryce, Robertson, Sleep, York and More to Salute Late Ian Adam

News   Paige, Pryce, Robertson, Sleep, York and More to Salute Late Ian Adam
A host of West End stars will take to the stage of Her Majesty's Theatre Feb. 24 to pay tribute to the late vocal coach Ian Adam.

Adam, who died in May 2007, age 64, from pneumonia, was the vocal coach for such London stars as Sarah Brightman, Elaine Paige and Barbara Dickson and coached Michael Crawford when Crawford won the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera. Among those scheduled to be part of the I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing! tribute are Anthony Andrews, Robert Bathurst, Christopher Biggins, Isla Blair, Don Black, Helena Bonham Carter, Peter Bowles, Lorraine Chase, Maurice Clarke, Richard Clifford, Tom Conti, Kara Conti, Martin Crewes, Lorna Dallas, Anton Du Beke, Elaine Delmar, Camilla Dallerup, Edward Fox, Peter French, Susan George, Hannah Gordon, Nickolas Grace, David Greer, Georgina Hale, Susan Hampshire, Anita Harris, Patricia Hodge, Sally Ann Howes, Gloria Hunniford, Jeremy Irons, Clive James, Fiona Kennedy, David Kernan, Peter Land, Bonnie Langford, Denis Lawson, Helen Lederer, Maureen Lipman, Gillian Lynne, Simon MacCorkindale, Siobhan McCarthy, Hilton McRae, Robert Meadmore, Sarah Miles, Jonathon Morris, Sir Roger Moore, Elaine Paige, Sian Philips, Jonathan Pryce, Jan Ravens, Liz Robertson, Greta Scaachi, Wayne Sleep, Gay Soper, David Soul, Terence Stamp, Una Stubbs, Ian Waite and Susannah York.

The evening will benefit the Royal Brompton Hospital's Ian Adam Memorial Fund.

Her Majesty's Theatre is located in Haymarket, London. For tickets call 0844 412 4657 or visit

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