Sharon D Clarke, Brenda Edwards and more join online charity concert Turn Up!

Posted on 29 June 2020

The charity concert series began recording at Cadogan Hall today! Turn Up! is a fundraising event in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The concerts will take place from 10 to 12 July!

More incredible Black performers join the TURN UP! line up!

The line up was already looking like one of the best we’ve ever seen but it just got even better! Sharon D Clarke, Brenda Edwards and Noma Dumezweni are amongst the new bout of Theatre performers that will be involved in the benefit concerts!

What is the TURN UP! online concert?

Turn Up is an online concert that will be recorded at London’s Cadogan Hall in benefit of the Black Lives Matter Movement. It will support The Bail Project, The Okra Project, The Black Curriculum and UK Black Pride. The benefit concert will stream at 7:30pm on the evenings of 10 to 12 July. The online stream will be captioned on the performance on Sunday 12 July. The Club 11 production is under direction from Nicole Raquel Dennis and Ryan Carter and is supported by APEX acoustics, Getty Images and William J Connolly.

Tickets will cost £10 per show or £25 for all three shows. More information can be found on Club 11 London here.

The full TURN UP! Charity concert line up

Check out this incredible bunch of performers that will be featuring in the concert recorded at Cadogan Hall.

Rachel AdedejiDavid AlburyKelly AgbowuMelanie La BarrieJeannette BayardelleArun Blair-MangatTarinn CallenderRyan CarterSharon D. ClarkeMarcus Collins, Chloë DaviesNicole Raquel DennisNoma DumezweniBrenda EdwardsJohnnie FioriVanessa Fisher, Danielle Fiyamanya, Alexandra GreyAdrian HanselZaris-Angel HatorCooper HowellAshlee IrishAisha JawandoRachel JohnBrittney Johnson, Rahne Jones, Cameron Bernard JonesClaudia KariukiNatalie KassangaAlexia Khadime, Kwame Kewi-armahAaron Lee LambertNorm Lewis, Vula MalingaSandra MarvinBrandi Chavonne MasseyRhianne-Louise McCaulskyCedric NealBilly NeversTrevor Dion NicholasJay PerryJoe Aaron ReidCiara ReneeSharon RoseClive RoweJordan ShawTanisha SpringDanielle Steers, Vinegar StrokesShaq TaylorObioma UgoalaCherelle WilliamsLayton WilliamsNaTasha Yvette Williams.

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By Jade Ali

A love for theatre stemmed from my love of literature and music, but the West End on my doorstep opened up a whole new appreciation and passion for all things stage-y