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Side By Side By Sondheim

When:

Fri 20 Apr 2012, 8:00pm

Where: Theatre Royal, 108 King Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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On Friday 20 April, a dazzling array of some of Australia’s most popular and acclaimed stage performers will gather to appear in a one-off performance of the acclaimed musical revue Side By Side By Sondheim in support of the White Ribbon Foundation.

Earlier this week, it was announced that West End and Broadway star Ruthie Henshall would headline a special performance of Side By Side By Sondheim. This exclusive appearance marks her Australian debut.

Henshall will be joined by the touring company of Side By Side By Sondheim: Rachael Beck, Margi de Ferranti, Enda Markey (who is also producing) and narrator Jessica Rowe. Joining Jessica Rowe as one of the evening’s narrators is Andrew O’Keefe, her Weekend Sunrise colleague and chairman of the White Ribbon board.

Among the other artists appearing on the night are: Peter Cousens (Miss Saigon, Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera); Michael Falzon (We Will Rock You), Ben Lewis (Love Never Dies); Stephen Mahy (Jersey Boys), Maria Mercedes (Love Never Dies, Sunset Blvd), one of Australia’s best loved actresses, Amanda Muggleton; Anna O’Byrne (Love Never Dies) and Geraldine Turner, who is recognised around the world as one of the foremost interpreters of Stephen Sondheim’s work.