Applications are now being accepted for new musical theatre performers for the new charity concert series Graduates at Cadogan Hall taking place in March.

Submissions are now open for 2020 or 2021 graduates from all musical theatre, theatre and drama courses for the series of three concerts which will be taking place next month.

Hosted by Grace Mouat (& Juliet, SIX) and Luke Bayer (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Fiver), proceeds from the concerts will go to Acting for Others and their work supporting theatre professionals in the COVID-19 pandemic.

This newly announced concert series will be offering 40 young professionals are being given the opportunity to showcase their talents in three nights of online musical theatre concerts. Applications are open until the 14th February.

Talking about the news producer Ameena Hamid whose West End debut was cut short at the end of 2020 said: “When the announcement came for the most recent lockdown my first thought was “what can I do?” and my mind immediately turned to those who have just graduated and those who are about to. It’s such a difficult time to be in the industry let alone entering it and it’s so important to recognise and support that fresh talent. I had admired The Grad Fest and what they’ve done over the year and so got in touch with them about planning a large scale COVID safe event that would put graduates in a renowned space and raise money for a great cause. Thanks to a brilliant team, we are able to announce the event and open submissions just two weeks after that idea started and I can’t wait to create ‘Graduates at Cadogan Hall’. This event is about shining a meaningful spotlight on graduates and raising money for those in the industry who need our support now more than ever.”

Deadline for submissions is 12pm on Sunday 14th February. Applicants will be notified of the outcome on Saturday 20th February. To apply visit:  https://www.ameenahamidproductions.co.uk/graduates-at-cadogan-hall