NEWS: Ginger Quiff Media to Bring Back Three Digital Productions

The announcement comes as further restrictions are placed on the public and theatres during the pandemic.

It has been announced that Ginger Quiff Media will be making available the digital production of Godspell’s 50th Anniversary Concert starring Ruthie Henshall in time for Christmas.Then in February 2021, they will
be re-streaming the all-star Little Wars starring Juliet Stevenson and Falling Stars with Peter Polycarpou and Sally Ann Triplett.

Talking about the news, Thomas Hopkins of Ginger Quiff Media said: “It’s an incredibly tough time for the industry, which once again finds itself in a state of limbo. We must continue to be resilient in the face of adversity, finding new ways to let quality entertainment and talent continue to thrive. Theatre is the perfect form of escapism and we’re thrilled to be able to contribute to this in some way with these amazing digital performances which will now reach a wider audience, both in the UK and

The 50th anniversary concert of Godspell will be available to stream via Broadway HD from the 22nd December. Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak’s musical stars Ruthie Henshall and Darren
Day – reprising their roles from the 1993 cast recording – alongside Sam Tutty, Ria Jones alongside Jenna Russell.

Meanwhile from the 1st to the 14th February, Falling Stars starring Peter
Polycarpou (Man of La Mancha, London Coliseum; City of Angels; Donmar Warehouse; Birds of a Feather) and Sally Ann Triplett, will be streamed via Stream.Theatre and Broadway on Demand.

Streaming at the same time, Little Wars unites literary figureheads Gertrude Stein, her girlfriend Alice Toklas, Dorothy Parker, Lillian Hellman and Agatha Christie,with anti-fascist freedom fighter Muriel Gardiner , in this deliciously comic and touching drama about the power of coming together for a shared cause. The original stream raised over £7,500 for Women For Refugee Women. It will be available to stream via Broadway On Demand and Stream.Theatre.

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