West End Flea Market announces Shows & Judges

Theatre charity Acting for Others has revealed the West End theatre shows participating in its annual West End Flea Market.

The charity event will be held on 20 May 2023 at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, from 10am – 2pm. Entry is £5.

West End shows hosting stalls selling merch, limited-edition collectables, theatrical memorabilia, signed posters and auction items include Back to the Future, Disney on Stage, the Menier Chocolate Factory, Hamilton, Jersey Boys, Les Misérables, Mamma Mia!, Moulin Rouge The Musical, The Phantom of The Opera, The Rocky Horror Show, SIX the Musical, The Book of Mormon, The Mousetrap, and The Play That Goes Wrong.

Celebrities and West End stars who are attending and signing autographs inside the church include Christopher Biggins, Arlene Phillips, Bonnie Langford, Samantha Bond, Harriet Thorpe, Frances Mayli McCann, Jordan Luke Gage, Jodie Steele, George Maguire, Cassidy Janson, Christina Bianco, Mazz Murray, Aimie Atkinson, John Owen-Jones and Oliver Tompsett.

A Best Dressed Stall competition will be judged by Christopher Biggins and Dame Arlene Phillips, and other highlights include the Biggins Bargains live auction at 1pm, with a Bargain Hunt style competition of two celebrity teams battling it out to auction off their theatrical finds for the highest amount; a Panto Dame sing-along with West End sensation Emma Lindars; Flea Market favourite Psychic Su Pollard will be back to tell fortunes; and there’s a chance to win VIP tickets to see Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends at the tombola.

West End Flea Market is organised in aid of Acting for Others, a fundraising organisation for a network of 14 UK theatrical and welfare charities supporting all theatre workers. Their president is Dame Judi Dench.

Acting for Others
👤 📅14 May 2023

📷 Main photo: West End Flea Market London

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