David Hunter (male actor), sitting smoking a cigarette, dressed in waitress uniform

David Hunter to play solo concert at Lafayette in London

West End star David Hunter will play a solo concert at Lafayette, the live music venue in Kings Cross this August 2024.

The Waitress star will perform Night Shift on Saturday 3 August.

Accompanied for the very first time by his full live band, David will perform a night of music from his back catalogue of original music, musical theatre hits and a sneak peek of his newest work. He’ll also tell behind-the-scenes stories, all told with his famous brand of mischievous honesty, as he reveals what it’s really like to fall on your arse in front of 1500 people, realise your microphone’s broken in front of 10,000 people and change your costume 5000 times in front of… not quite enough people.

David Hunter recently starred in The Time Traveller’s Wife at the Apollo Theatre in London’s West End. 

David’s West End credits include Dr. Pomatter in Waitress (Adelphi), Charlie Price in Kinky Boots (Adelphi); Guy in Once (Phoenix); One Man, Two Guvnors (National Theatre, Adelphi, UK Tour); Songs for a New World (Palladium); Tommy (Prince Edward); Seussical (Arts); The Hired Man (Leicester Curve and Colchester Mercury); Pub and Spinach (the Royal Exchange); The Mayor of Zalamea (Liverpool Everyman).

Night Shift runs 3 August 2024, 7pm, at Lafayette, Kings Cross London.

This event is for 16 and over

What is Lafayette?

Nestled underneath St Pancras Square, Lafayette is the beating heart of King’s Cross. A live music venue with a top of the range sound system, club and events space, Lafayette offers unparalleled intimacy with a venue wide stage and multi-tiered standing balcony. 

The venue offers flawless hospitality, incredible music and exceptional experiences for artists and guests alike.

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