Celebrating Sondheim (Live Stream)

Sunday In The Park With Daniel

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Due to popular demand we are delighted to be able to live stream the evening performance of this event for those not able to join us at the Theatre. The live stream can be viewed on devices that allow you to browse the internet, such as computers, tablets, mobile phones and some newer smart TVs. In addition you can airplay / cast the live stream from your device to your television if you have Apple TV or a Chromecast device, or use Firefox on your Amazon Fire Stick to connect.   

Following the huge success of Concert in the Park, CFT Artistic Director Daniel Evans hosts another dazzling cornucopia of music and song to celebrate musical legend Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday. He will be joined on the Festival Theatre stage by stars from the West End to perform numbers from some of Sondheim’s major and lesser-known works.

Gabrielle Brooks wowed audiences at CFT’s Concert in the Park and has also appeared in The Wizard of OzEverybody’s Talking About Jamie and The Book of Mormon

Clive Rowe was last seen in Chichester in Me and My Girl and before that, Kiss Me Kate; he won an Olivier Award for Guys and Dolls at the National Theatre.

Jenna Russell starred opposite Daniel Evans in Sunday in the Park with George in London and on Broadway, for which they both won Olivier Awards and were nominated for Tonys. Jenna’s recent musical credits include The Bridges of Madison County and Fun Home. Daniel also won an Olivier Award for Merrily We Roll Along in the West End.

Hannah Waddingham returns to Chichester following Kiss Me, Kate (2012), which transferred to London and for which she received an Olivier nomination. Her West End musical credits also include A Little Night Music (Olivier nomination) and Into The Woods.

Live stream tickets will be available to purchase until 5.30pm on Sunday 1 November.

Proceeds from this fundraising concert will support our work with vulnerable young people.