Last night New Wimbledon Theatre played host to their one year anniversary for Musical Theatre Open Mic. Over 60 guests attended this sold out event celebrating the anniversary in a night filled with more entertainment, more glitz and more glamour than ever before! All tickets included a complimentary glass of our exclusive and delicious prosecco as guests were entertained by a fantastic line up of singers in our sumptuous Piano Bar.
To celebrate in style, many prizes were given out to star performances such as Most Obscure Song, Original Interpretation of a Song, and Biggest Group Around a Mic. Prizes given out included a guest appearance in the West End hit musical Spamalot in the cameo role of Sir Not Appearing, Momentous Musicals CDs & tickets, a bottle of prosecco and tickets to the phenomenal show, Three Phantoms.
After being welcomed with prosecco, guests enjoyed the theatre’s opulent Piano Bar and stunning balcony as they sung their hearts out to songs from a range of classic, mainstream and contemporary musicals including, Les Misérables, Wicked, Chicago and A Chorus Line. Musical theatre actor Jonathan McKenzie hosted the evening along with the incomparable George Dyer on piano, who is best known for his musical direction on Momentous Musicals which debuted at the theatre last year.
Since debuting at New Wimbledon Theatre one year ago, Musical Theatre Open Mic has been a great success and has seen hundreds of different people through the doors to sing their favourite show-stopping tunes. This event continues to be a sensational hit for the theatre and will continue every other month when the theatre is dark.
Keep your eyes peeled for the next event which will be coming very soon!