/The Philippine Dream at Leicester Square Theatre Tonight – Sunday 17th August

The Philippine Dream at Leicester Square Theatre Tonight – Sunday 17th August

Eva Noblezada

Leading stars from the ‘smash-hit’ musical Miss Saigon Eva Noblezada, Rachelle Ann Go and Hugh Maynard will be joining a young and creative cast for the one-off Gala show, The Philippine Dream, this Sunday evening (17 August).

Noblezada, only 18-years-old, plays the leading heroine role in Miss Saigon and is famous for her powerful ranging voice. She will be accompanied by Rachelle Ann Go who sings the signature heart wrenching song, ‘“The Movie in My Mind” as GiGi. Hugh Maynard, who acts as John, has a great stage presence in the chorus of “Bui-Doi” (the dust of life) on Miss Saigon will also be making an appearance this Sunday.

Produced by West End performer Katy Osborne and in association with Harry Francis of the Francis Hume Productions, The Philippine Dream will be a cabaret performance with an array of talented performers and chorus songs all raising money for the Filipino charity, Tuloy Foundation. The charity aims to help and support street children and neglected orphans in the capital city of the Philippines, Manila.

Rachelle Ann Go

The BRIT-Award winner, Blake will also make an appearance as he and Rachelle Ann Go have just recorded a duet for their up-and-coming studio album, ‘In Harmony’.

The evening will be hosted by Dean McCullough and have a line-up of performers including Summer Strallen (The Sound of Music, Top Hat), Anton du Beke (Strictly Come Dancing), Dianne Pilkington (Mamma Mia!, Wicked),  Daniel Buckley (The Book of MormonLoserville), Charlotte Riby (Billy ElliotHairspray), Alicia Beck (CatsZurich Ballet), Tyrone Huntley (The Book of MormonMemphis), Harry Francis (A Chorus LineEdward Scissorhands), Lady Imelda (Glam Jam) and vintage trio The Dolly Girls.

Hugh Maynard

Staff and crew from the West End production will be holding charity buckets to collect money for the Tuloy Foundation throughout the evening. Tuloy Foundation’s mission is to build a theatre for children in their care. So far, £12,500 has been raised from their fundraising efforts at other West End shows including Miss SaigonCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryWicked and Mamma Mia!

All ticket sales and proceeds for The Philippine Dream will go to the Tuloy Foundation.


Sunday 17 August 2014, 7.30pm

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