On 26th February London’s iconic Savoy Theatre plays host for one night only to Rockin’ Horses, an evening of music, comedy, poetry and more! Boasting a star-studded line up, the show will be raising money for Shooting Star CHASE and the Mane Chance Sanctuary.

Rockin Horses
Rockin Horses

The glittering line up will include stars such as Shooting Star CHASE patron, Olivier award winner and multi-platinum recording artist Michael Ball; who will perform alongside national treasure Christopher Biggins; Atomic Kitten and West End star Natasha Hamilton; and TV’s Judge John Deed, Broadway and West End actor Martin Shaw, as well as many other famous faces. Also expected to attend are Jenny Seagrove, Nichola McAuliffe, Roy Marsden, Clive Rowe, Hardeep Singh Kohli and Sylvia Syms.

The evening promises to be a wonderful night of entertainment as the stars of stage and screen perform poetry, prose, songs and anecdotes of their time in show business. This will be a night to remember.

Tickets range from £55 (which includes a glass of champagne, programme and best seats) to £25 and are available from the box office (0844 871 7627) or online here.

Shooting Star CHASE is the children’s hospice service, supporting local families with a child or teenager not expected to reach their 19th birthday, and currently helps over 500 families living in western London, Surrey and West Sussex. Patrons include Cliff Richard, Phillip Schofield, Joan Collins and Theo Paphitis.

Mane Chance Santuary is a facility for abused horses in the UK.

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