The Queen will be honored with a unique celebration at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
His show will be hosted by comedian Lee Mack at the Royal Albert Hall in London later this year, where senior members of the royal family will attend.
Mack, known for the show I’ll I Lie To You? and Not Going Out, said: “I was actually planning to buy tickets for this year’s Royal Variety Performance, so it’s not only a real honor to be asked to host it, but it also saves me a little money.
“Now I just have to take care of introducing these excellent shows and hurrying back to my seat to watch them as well.”
The Queen, who died in September, will be honored with composer Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber, singer Gary Barlow and conductor Gareth Malone along with members of the London Youth Choir performing a session. Sing’s version.
Stars lining up to appear were Disco Soul R&B band Nile Rodgers & Chic, Brit award winner George Ezra, multi-award winning Ellie Goulding, Eurovision star Sam Ryder and pop star Becky Hill.
The cast of the musical Cabaret, which has won seven Olivier Awards, will also take the stage.
Disney’s Broadway Newsies will perform an excerpt from the Tony Award-winning play, which opens in London later this month.
Returning to the RVP stage with a death-defying performance from their latest Kurios show Cirque Du Soleil.
Hollywood star Rita Wilson and Grammy Award winner Gregory Porter will also perform a duet.
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While Frank Skinner, David Baddiel and The Lightning Seeds will reprise their hit Three Lions.
Baddiel confirmed last week that there will be a Christmas remake of the song and music video to incorporate the Lions’ historic victory at Euro 2022.
German magician duo The Ehrlich Brothers, consisting of Andreas Ehrlich and Christian Ehrlich, soprano Fatma Said, and Giffords Circus will also perform.
Al Murray as Pub Owner, Maisie Adam, Omid Djalili and Britain’s Got Talent 2022 winner Axel Blake will provide the comedies.
The event was organized with the support of the Royal Variety Charity, of which the Queen is a patron, and the proceeds from the program will help those in the entertainment world in need of care and help. help.
Giles Cooper, president of Royal Variety Charity, said: “The support from ticket sales for the show means that Royal Variety Charity continues to go strong, even in the current economic climate that is so much so. felt by people around the world of charity.”
The Royal Variety Show, which began in 1912 when King George V and Queen Mary attended, will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on December 1.
The show will be shown on ITV and ITV Hub in December.
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