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  • 10 July 2021
  • Ticket price £50
  • 14:3019:30

About this event

On the 10th of July Rothamsted Manor will welcome Daniel Boys and Sophie Evans for our ‘Musicals at the Manor’ concerts.

Daniel Boys
Daniel trained at Guildford School of Acting. West End and London credits include: Treason in concert (Cadogan Hall); The Pirate Queen in concert (London Coliseum); Falsettos (The Other Palace); The Boys in the Band (Park Theatre/National Tour and transfer to Vaudeville Theatre); Miss Atomic Bomb (The Other Palace); Spoonful of Sherman (Live At Zedel); Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Charing Cross Theatre); Spamalot (Playhouse)….. Read more here

Sophie Evans
Hailing from Tonypandy in the Rhondda Valleys, Welsh singer and actress Sophie Evans came to prominence in 2010 when she was picked from over 10,000 hopefuls to appear on the hugely popular BBC series Over The Rainbow. After making it to the final at only 17, Sophie was named runner-up and was subsequently chosen by Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber to don the legendary ruby slippers and play the alternate Dorothy in selected performances of The Wizard of Oz at the London Palladium in 2011. In February 2012 Sophie was handed the role of Dorothy full time, become a leading lady of the West End at 18. Read more here.

Musicals at the Manor
The Rothamsted summer concerts are produced in collaboration between Steve Moss (musical director of Mary Poppins, London), and Rothamsted Manor.  Steve has invited special guests to join him in the Great Drawing Room of Rothamsted Manor to perform popular hits from blockbuster musical shows. Read more about the full list of artists performing throughout the summer, click here

Steve Moss – Producer / Musical Supervisor of the Rothamsted Summer Concerts
Steve will be returning to Cherry Tree Lane this year, as the Musical Director of Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre, London. The show will be reopening on August 7th. Steve recently finished as Musical Director on the new production of Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre, London, where he was the MD of the show since 2018.  Read more here

Format
Drinks and snacks are available on arrival from the bar and can be enjoyed in the lounge or, if the weather allows, in our beautiful manor gardens.

The show will be held in the Great Drawing room, and the room will be set in a theatre style for up to 90 people.  Seating will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Timings
Matinees:
Doors open at 1.30pm
Performance starts at 2.30pm, and there will be an interval during the performance.
Carriages at 5pm

Evenings:
Doors open at 6.30pm
Performance starts at 7.30pm, and there will be an interval during the performance.
Carriages at 10pm

Refreshments
A fully licensed bar will be in operation, along with premium snacks.
Interval drinks may be pre-ordered on arrival. 
We accept card payments only.

Coronavirus and social distancing
We are proud to have earnt the industry standard ‘We’re Good to Go’ from Visit Britain.  It means we have implemented the Government’s COVID-19 guidance, understand the guidance from Public Health England and have a COVID-19 Risk Assessment in place.

If Government guidelines change, we will always adapt our procedures accordingly, but at the time of writing, the following applies:

  • Our staff wear PPE at all times
  • All visitors are required to wear face coverings, unless seated for eating or drinking
  • Hand sanitiser stations are placed throughout the venue
  • We have implemented a robust cleaning regime ensuring high touch points are cleaned after every use and rooms are cleaned down after each occupancy
  • We ensure staggered arrival, minimal cross over with other groups and minimal interaction with staff

Free parking
Follow the signs to Rothamsted Manor. Park on the grass verges, or wherever you are directed by signage or our staff.

Summer concerts at Rothamsted Manor: Daniel Boys & Sophie Evans

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