It has been announced that the concert performance of the musical will be available to stream exclusively on the platforms Broadway On Demand and Stream.Theatre on Saturday 31st October and Sunday 1st November.

Created by the creative manager of the Musical Theatre Appreciation Society, Willy Mukendi,and composer Joseph Purdue, the news of the concert performance follows on from the release of the concept album released earlier this year.

Catfish The Musical is a dark comedy which explores the themes of social media and online dating and was created and composed by these two strangers, entirely over the internet. They only met for the first time on the day of the album rehearsal, and recorded the original album on only their third time of ever meeting.

Paul Taylor-Mills produced the original concert for one night only with a cast of rising stars. It was directed and choreographed by  Willy Mukendi and featuring additional choreography from Lee Proud.

During lockdown, seventeen West End stars, including Alice Fearn, Luke Bayer, Millie O’Connell and Maiya Quansah-Reed united to showcase the musical by performing covers from the album.

Talking about the news, Willy Mukendi said: “We have been so fortunate to have received consistent support from conception stages, right up until professional performances. During lockdown we, like many others, have had some opportunities cancelled and others postponed. One thing that never changed was our creative process. We have grown so accustomed to communicating online that nothing really changed creatively during lockdown for us. Creating this show online with a cast our size felt impossible at times, so we are so thrilled that we were able to continue and now provide this digital experience for those who weren’t able to get tickets.”

A portion of each ticket sale will be donated to Industry Minds, an arts mental health support platform. Tickets are available now.