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Sunday Night Live at The Theatre Café

Discover the art of the performing arts industry with an hour of FREE live stream entertainment as performers take the the virtual stage of London’s only Theatre Café.

Event Info

Date & Time

February 07 - February 07

Location

The Theatre Café, 99 Saint Martin's Lane, London, UK

Tickets & Prices

All you need to do is tune in to The Theatre Café on your preferred social channel from 6pm on Sunday 7 February. See you there!

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Want to rediscover the art of performing arts?

Don’t miss Sunday Night Live at The Theatre Café.

Celebrating the performing arts industry while London’s culture sector remains closed, immerse yourself in theatre with an hour of completely free entertainment streamed across all social media platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.

Simply tune-in to The Theatre Café on your preferred social channel from 6pm on Sunday 7th February 2021. Tickets and access to the event are completely free.

Performers will take to the Café stage for a night of socially distanced fun, including singing, interviews, stand-up, acrobatics and much, much more from existing and upcoming talent across the performing arts industry.

Make sure you don’t miss a thing and follow Theatre Café on social media today.

Plus, subscribe to the Theatre Café e-newsletter to be the first to know about what’s coming to the stage in 2021.

Learn more online.

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