Sheffield born West End star Matt Croke heads to the stage in unique Meadowhall Drive-In Theatre show.
Matt Croke to star in Charity Musical Theatre Drive-In Show at Meadowhall
Meadowhall Shopping Centre will host a unique drive-in musical theatre event this summer.
Starring Sheffield-born West End leading performer Matt Croke, the event takes place in aid of local youth homeless charity Roundabout.
Four full performances will take place in Meadowhall’s orange car park on Saturday 12 June, featuring some of South Yorkshire’s best theatre groups, singers and actors.
“I am really excited to be part of the Drive-In and to be sharing this great day with so much great talent and all for such a good cause.”Matt Croke, Performer
Classic Showstoppers at Meadowhall Musical Theatre Drive-In
Each of the four performances throughout the day will be distinct, featuring a different lineup and content.
Fans can expect popular numbers from some of the biggest musicals, with songs planned from the likes of Wicked, We Will Rock You, Chicago, Mamma Mia, Hairspray and more.
All four performances take place in a drive-in format a following social distancing and all government safety guidelines.
Matt Croke to star in Meadowhall Musical Theatre Drive-In Show
The 4pm performance will feature local musical personality Matt Croke, a star of the West End stage production of Disney’s Aladdin.
The impressive singer and actor is also known for roles in Chicago, Grease, Funny Girl, West Side Story, Singin’ in the Rain, Wicked and more!
Matt has also featured on popular TV show The Voice UK and performed at The Royal Variety Performance. He is currently a principle of the RMC Academy of Theatre Performance in Sheffield.
How to get tickets for the Meadowhall Musical Theatre Drive-In, in aid of Roundabout Youth Homeless Charity
Shows take place at 10am, 1pm, 4pm and 7pm on Saturday 12 June 2021.
Ticket prices are per car and vary depending on the number of people attending in the vehicle. For full details please check the ticketing website.
Tickets for the shows are on sale now direct from the Roundabout website.
Line Ups for the Meadowhall Musical Theatre Drive-In event in Sheffield
Here’s a provisional list of performances taking place at each of the events on Saturday 12 June (note: all performances/song choices are subject to change):
- DARCY BEECH – ‘GOOD MORNING BALTIMORE’ (HAIRSPRAY)
- CONNIE EMERY & THE TVC SENIORS’ – ‘FABULOUS BABY’ (SISTER ACT)
- JASMINE RICHARDS – ‘COLOURS OF THE WIND’ (POCAHONTAS)
- AMELIA DEPLEDGE – ‘DON’T RAIN ON MY PARADE’ (FUNNY GIRL)
- CHLOE JACKSON – ‘WHIPPED INTO SHAPE’ (LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL)
- JONATHAN GOODMAN – ‘CONSIDER YOURSELF’ (OLIVER)
- LAURA MITCHELL – ‘SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW’ (THE WIZARD OF OZ)
- ERIN SPENSER, REBECCA MICHIE & CARYS BOOTH – ‘I KNOW IT’S TODAY’ (SHREK THE MUSICAL)
- DAN FENWICK – ‘ANY DREAM WILL DO’
- (JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOUR DREAMCOAT)
- SOPHIE ANTCLIFFE BACKED BY: ELLIE BAKER, ROMA CARTLIDGE – ‘ONE NIGHT ONLY’ (DREAMGIRLS)
- EMILY BOLTON – ‘I DON’T KNOW HOW TO LOVE HIM’ (JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR)
- SAM O’SULLIVAN – ‘REVIEWING THE SITUATION’ (OLIVER)
- SCARLETT BUXTON – ‘ON MY OWN’ (LES MISERABLES)
- JONATHAN GOODMAN – ‘IF ONLY…’ (THE WIZARD OF OZ)
- CIARA STOTHARD – ‘DYIN’ AIN’T SO BAD’ (BONNIE AND CLYDE)
- ASH BOOKER – ‘HEROD’ (JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR)
- SAM SIMMONS – ‘PURPOSE’ (AVENUE Q)
- JASMINE RICHARDS – ‘HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO’ (FOOTLOOSE)
- CONNIE EMERY– ‘HEART OF STONE’ (SIX THE MUSICAL)
- LAURA MITCHELL – ‘SOMEBODY TO LOVE’ (WE WILL ROCK YOU)
- KIRSTY TAYLOR – ‘CABARET’ (CABARET)
- GRACE ENGLISH – ‘AS LONG AS HE NEEDS ME’ (OLIVER)
- CATHY BAINS – ‘SIMPLY THE BEST’ (TINA TURNER MUSICAL)
- ALICE MACKENZIE – ‘I CAN HEAR THE BELLS’ (HAIRSPRAY)
- BECCA LEE-ISAACS – ‘A NATURAL WOMAN ‘ (BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL)
- CHLOE HIND, SCARLETT BUXTON, ABBIE PRITCHARD, DILLON BATEY, JOSH WEBSTER, GRACE HOCKING & SAM BERRY – ‘BRING ON TOMORROW’ (FAME)
- JACK MARSHALL-OVER – ‘YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW IT’ (EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE)
- STEPHANIE HILL – ‘DON’T RAIN ON MY PARADE’ (FUNNY GIRL)
- JOSH WEBSTER & DILLON BATEY – ‘SINGING IN THE RAIN’ (FIT AS A FIDDLE)
- STEPHANIE HILL – ‘I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT’ (MY FAIR LADY)
- CHLOE HIND – ‘THE WIZARD & I’ (WICKED)
- MIA MARTINOVIĆ – ‘THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL’ (MAMMA MIA)
- CATHY BAINS – ‘ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE’ (SPAMALOT)
- BECCA LEE-ISAACS – ‘FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE’ (MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL)
- SAM CLARKSON & KIRSTY TAYLOR – ‘AS LONG AS YOU’RE MINE’ (WICKED)
- SAM HAGUE – ‘I CAN’T STAND STILL’ (FOOTLOOSE)
- ALICE MACKENZIE – ‘DON’T LOSE YOUR HEAD’ (SIX THE MUSICAL)
- MIA MARTINOVIĆ – ‘WOULDN’T IT BE LOVELY’ (MY FAIR LADY)
- BECCA LEE-ISAACS – ‘I KNOW WHERE I’VE BEEN’ (HAIRSPRAY)
- JACK MARSHALL-OVER – ‘DEFYING GRAVITY’ (WICKED)
- TARA KULBATSKI – ‘CABARET’ (CABARET)
- RMC JUNIOR – ‘WHEN I GROW UP’ (MATILDA THE MUSICAL)
- LOUISE WALKER – ‘POPULAR’ (WICKED)
- ROSANNE PRIEST – ‘ALL THAT JAZZ’ (CHICAGO)
- EMMA SOUTHWORTH – ‘IT’S ALL COMING BACK TO ME NOW’ (BAT OUT OF HELL)
- RMC SENIORS – ‘IT’S TIME TO DANCE’ (THE PROM)
- ZOË MARTIN – ‘I COULD’VE DANCED ALL NIGHT’ (]MY FAIR LADY)
- CALLIE EGAN – ‘I HATE MEN’ (KISS ME KATE)
- MATT CROKE – ‘I’M STILL STANDING’ (ROCKETMAN THE MUSICAL)
- LEAH RHODES-BURCH – ‘BEAUTIFUL’ (BEAUTIFUL:THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL)
- ZOË MARTIN – ‘DEFYING GRAVITY’ (WICKED)
- CALLIE EGAN – ‘HIT ME WITH YOUR BEST SHOT’ (ROCK OF AGES)
- HEATHER REYNOLDS – ‘ON MY OWN’ (LES MISERABLES)
- ROSANNE PRIEST – ‘WHAT I DID FOR LOVE’ (CHORUS LINE)
- MATT CROKE – ‘COME WHAT MAY’ (MOULIN ROUGE)
- ADAM & GEORGINA – ‘HAMMER TO FALL’ (WE WILL ROCK YOU)
- LOUISE WALKER – ‘JUST YOU WAIT’ (MY FAIR LADY)
- TARA KULBATSKI – ‘SHALLOW’ (A STAR IS BORN)
- ADAM & GEORGINA – ‘AS LONG AS YOU’RE MINE’ (WICKED)
- HEATHER REYNOLDS – ‘PHAROAH STORY’ (JOSEPH THE MUSICAL)
- CALLIE EGAN & EMMA SOUTHWORTH – ‘FOR GOOD’ (WICKED)
- LEAH RHODES-BURCH – ‘THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC’ (MAMMA MIA)
- MATT CROKE – ‘A WHOLE NEW WORLD’ (ALADDIN)
- AMY LONGBOTTOM – ‘GOOD MORNING BALTIMORE’ (HAIRSPRAY)
- CALLUM HAIGH – ‘LUCK BE A LADY’ (GUYS AND DOLLS)
- JESSICA KENNEDY – ‘TAKE A CHANCE ON ME’ (MAMMA MIA)
- LOWRI ANDERSON – ‘ON MY OWN’ (LES MISERABLES)
- MOLLY HUDDLESTON – ‘HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO’ (FOOTLOOSE)
- RUTH LOCKWOOD– ‘I COULD’VE DANCED ALL NIGHT’ (]MY FAIR LADY)
- CALLUM HAIGH – ‘EMPTY CHAIRS’ (LES MISERABLES)
- EMILY HUDDLESTON– ‘ADELAIDE’S LAMENT’ (GUYS AND DOLLS)
- GRACIE MALLOY – ‘MEMORY’ (CATS)
- RUTH LOCKWOOD – ‘DON’T RAIN ON MY PARADE’ (FUNNY GIRL)
- JESSICA KENNEDY– ‘NATURAL WOMAN’ (BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL) DYLAN LAMBERT – ‘ANTHEM’ (CHESS)
- EMILY AND MOLLY HUDDLESTON – ‘FOR GOOD’ (WICKED)
- AMY LONGBOTTOM – ‘OUT TONIGHT’ (RENT)
- MOLLY HUDDLESTON – ‘LIFE I NEVER LED’ (SISTER ACT)
- LOWRI ANDERSON – ‘BURN’ (HAMILTON)
- EMILY HUDDLESTON– ‘ALL COMING BACK TO ME NOW’ (BAT OUT OF HELL)
- ABBIE HAND – ‘THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL’ (MAMMA MIA)
- GRACE BOWER – ‘HOW FAR I WILL GO’ (MOANA)
- GRACIE MALLOY – ‘DON’T STOP ME NOW’ (WE WILL ROCK YOU)
- ABBIE HAND– ‘DEFYING GRAVITY’ (WICKED)
About Roundabout Youth Homeless Charity
Roundabout is South Yorkshire’s youth homeless charity, supporting young people aged 16 to 25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The charity works with more than 250 young people every day, providing shelter, support and life skills to help them gain independence.
Their hostel is located near London Road and provides safe accommodation for 27 young people aged 16 to 21.
Find out more and support Roundabout via their website.
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