All Good Things Must End (Alan Menken/Glenn Slater), cut from the Disney Musical The Little Mermaid, sung by Sally Samad at MUSICALS Unsung on 24th May 2016 at the St. James Studio.
Arrangement by Kris Rawlinson Piano | Kris Rawlinson Violoncello | Natalie Hancock Reeds | Rhiannon Jeffreys
From the producers of the hit concert series ‘West End Switched Off’ comes a new concert. ‘MUSICALS unsung’ brings you songs from the golden age of Hollywood screen, to the newest Broadway shows, that have not made it to the final cut.
Featuring a wealth of songs that have been cut from shows including Wicked, The Little Mermaid, Legally Blonde, The Last Five Years, Spring Awakening, Little Shop of Horrors and Shrek, audiences will hear songs that are classics in their own right, which are now finally getting the performances they have always deserved.
A breadth of West End talent, include Lucie Jones (Legally Blonde, Ghost), Stewart Clarke (Ghost, Assassins), Jeremy Legat (Wicked, Grey Gardens), Sally Samad (The World Goes Round, Our House) and Katie Paine (We Will Rock You, Mamma Mia) perform these songs, with Musical Direction by Kris Rawlinson.
Parallel Productions' debut project is West End Switched Off. West End Switched Off is a brand new, exciting series of concerts and recordings that arrange musical theatre into acoustic, 'Live Lounge' style covers, collaborating with a wealth of talented musicians and performers. The first album features Ashleigh Gray (Wicked, Cool Rider), Adrian Hansel (Hairspray), Ian Stroughair (20th anniversary tour of Rent), Katie Hall (Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera) Dale Evans (Ghost, Miss Saigon, From Here To Eternity), Simon Bailey (I Can't Sing, The Phantom of the Opera) and many more.
Parallel Productions was founded in 2013 by established musical director Kris Rawlinson, and was set up with the aim to produce a wide range of work, from the cutting edge and emerging to the well established, in a fresh way to engage new and diverse audiences.
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