The West End and Broadway star will make the appearance in the gardens of her own fringe venue Bridge House Theatre on Sunday 9th July. 

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With all the profits from the one evening only event going to the Bridge House Theatre, Rachel Tucker brings her acclaimed cabaret to to London venue.

The evening will also feature a unique twist, with the audience being able to bid in advance suggesting and dedicating a song Rachel will learn and include in her set. Another auction will see one bidder being invited up on stage to perform with the singer and actress.

Rachel Tucker is best known for her portrayal of Elphaba in Wicked in the West End. She made her Broadway debut in in Sting’s musical The Last Ship, which was later followed by a stint as Elphaba in New York.

Talking about the news, the actress said: “I am honoured to bring this special show to our very own Bridge House. It marks the end of my first UK tour, and to do this unique fundraiser for our lovely theatre seems the perfect finish. I’m really excited to be able to offer the audience something really different, and I believe the auctions are a very special way of bringing the Theatre’s unique potential of theatre that is up, close and personal! Crucially it will really help us in further developing future productions!”

The concert is directed by Bridge House Theatre joint Artistic Director Guy Retallack, is produced by Rob Harris for The Bridge House Theatre & Climar Productions.

Rachel Tucker by Request will take place on the 9th July at 7pm.To book tickets visit: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/bridgehousetheatrese20

 

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