Loserville in Concert in support of the Maytree Respite Centre and Youth Music Theatre UK's Bursary Fund

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Youth Music Theatre UK are offering the once in a lifetime opportunity for YOU to perform on a West End stage alongside the original cast of LOSERVILLE, and to join the exclusive VIP after-party! (please note, the venue may have an 18+ age restriction, this is TBC)

LOSERVILLE (a musical by Elliot Davis and James Bourne) is coming back to the Garrick Theatre for one night only on 28th January 2018, in memory of Chris Hardman (aka Lil' Chris) who played Francis in the original West End production.  The proceeds of this one-off charitable concert will go towards the Maytree Respite Centre which supports people in the midst of suicidal crises, and towards Youth Music Theatre UK's Bursary Fund which enables young performers from less well-off backgrounds to develop careers in the arts.

This concert performance will be starring the original London West End cast including Aaron Sidwell (EastEnders 'Steven Beale') in his original title role of Michael Dork, supported by an ensemble of Youth Music Theatre UK's original 2009 cast...and YOU!

We are exclusively offering ensemble places in LOSERVILLE IN CONCERT for SIX lucky people, who will have the once in a lifetime opportunity to perform on a West End stage with the class of 1971, and to join the VIP after-party!  As a member of the ensemble, you will be singing as part of the choir alongside the original YMT cast of 2009.

This auction will be live from the 3rd January to the 23rd January (commencing and ending at 6pm)

You must be available all day on the 27th  and the 28th.  On the 28th the performance will commence at 7pm and last approximately 2 hours 50 minutes (inclusive of one interval), followed by the VIP after-party.

PLEASE NOTE, DUE TO THE CASTING REQUIREMENTS OF THE PRODUCTION, THE WINNING BIDDERS SHOULD HAVE A PLAYING AGE BETWEEN 16-35.  DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS REGARDING CHILDREN'S PERFORMANCE LICENSES/EXEMPTION DOCUMENTS, WINNING BIDDERS MUST NOW BE NO YOUNGER THAN 16 IN ACTUAL AGE.  

It's 1971.  Michael Dork may be a computer geek but he's invented something that could change the world.  He's also discovered girls: a prospect (almost) as exciting as his love of binary.  Holly is the girl: she has looks and brains and wants to be the first woman in space - well, this is 1971!  But will she want Michael?

Michael and his sci-fi obsessed, social-misfit friends, Lucas, Francis and Marvin are all set the change the course of history, fashion and dating - in no particular order, but just as soon as possible (especially the dating bit).  

Eddie wants a fast ride to the top and doesn't care who gets trampled along the way.  Leia just wants Eddie.  Or Eddie's babies - well, she thinks she does.  

Now meet the class of 1971.

Embrace your inner geek.  Don't predict the future...invent it.
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