“(Hey!) Jude Taylor” is your introduction to the music of exciting young composer Jude Taylor. After growing up aspiring to be the next Billy Joel, Jude is now writing musicals, such as the quirky contemporary fairytale ‘Steep Themselves in Night’ - last seen in London at The Other Palace in October. This is an exclusive opportunity to see Jude present a collection of his songs (some for the very first time) in concert, with the help of some special guests - a mix of old friends, new friends, and hopefully soon-to-be friends - as well as a chance to hear new interpretations of more familiar songs that have inspired his writing so far.
I'm so excited to announce that I'll be kicking off my 2019 with my first BIG London concert. I'll be heading down to The Pheasantry in Chelsea (part of Pizza Express Live) on Thursday 10th January and joined by some amazing people. Come and hear songs I wrote 10 years ago, songs I wrote 10 minutes ago, and songs I really wish I HAD written. Can't wait to see you there!
Full lineup of guests will be announced soon - in the meantime, you can grab your tickets here.
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GUESTS WILL INCLUDE:
Jonathan Vickers, fresh off the War of the Worlds UK arena tour. Jonny played the Narrator in October's premiere of Steep Themselves in Night at The Other Palace.
Olivia Mann: Olivia trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA).
Credits whilst training include: Innogen in Cymbeline and Sally in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens
Credits include: Steep Themselves in Night (The Other Palace) Oklahoma! (Kilworth House Theatre) and Guys and Dolls (Kilworth House Theatre).
Carl Daniels: Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Liberatus School of Performing Arts.
Theatre includes: Dick Whittington in Dick Whittington (TIE Tour); Concert Singer in Flop The Musical (Museum of Comedy); Xander/ Majesty in Steep Themselves in Night (The Other Palace); Diamond Jim in Horseshoe Roundup (Tokyo Disneyland); Colin in Puss In Boots (TIE Tour).
Credits whilst training: The Marquis in The Bakers Wife, Ben Budge in The Beggers’ Opera, Benjamin Coffin III in Rent.
Carl is delighted to be performing for Jude again and would like thank his family and friends for their continuous support.
Sophie Rose Miller: Sophie trained at The Poor School, graduating in 2015. She could most recently be seen on Channel 4 as part of the Random Acts series, playing Margaret in Tower-D. As well as acting full-time, Sophie is part of the all-female comedy a cappella quartet The Syncing Violets. They can next be seen performing at The Pheasantry, Chelsea on 17th December as part of Belt Up Do Christmas Bangers. She also frequently performs with The Pink Singers (Europe’s longest-running LGBT+ choir) both at home in the UK and Internationally.
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Joseph Martin: Training: East 15 Acting School, National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.
Credits include Middle Aged Rent (Hope Theatre), The Laramie Project (Castle Theatre), voice work for BBC Radio 2 and presenting for Warner Bros.
Joseph is also a writer, currently developing his debut play, and in November was featured in Redgates Theatre's new writers and performers showcase.
He is producing Awkward Productions' third run of 'Awkward Conversations With Animals I've F***ed' at King's Head Theatre, Islington in April 2019.
Nearly a decade since they last worked together, Joseph is thrilled to be performing some of Jude's brilliant work.