Monday Night at the Apollo

Joan Agie
Oct 06, 2021 By Joan Agie
Originally Published on Oct 06, 2021
Bright lights above an opened door in the promo poster for Monday Nights at the Apollo.

  • Watch some of the West End’s biggest actors in this intimate evening of songs and conversation at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue.
  • Hosted by Greg Barnett, Monday Night at the Apollo will see performers will be sharing music that is personal to them as well as experiences from their careers.
  • In this theatrical celebration, cast who are already announced include Lucie Jones from Les Misérables and Waitress and Rosalie Craig from Company and City of Angels.
  • Monday Night at the Apollo is on for a three-limited night run for the New Year.
  • A percentage of the show’s profits will be donated to the charity Acting for Others.

If you and your family love sharing the magic of musicals, then this brand-new concert series taking place at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue is the perfect choice.

Produced by Greg Barnett and Hugh Summers for Wild Mountain Productions Ltd and musically directed by George Dyer, the must-see concerts will take place in front of a live in-house audience and a live-streamed world audience.

The ideal way to enter the New Year on a positive note, Monday Night at the Apollo is a show packed with intimate conservation and extraordinary songs hosted by actor Greg Barnett.

The production will see some of the West End’s best-loved performers singing a broad-ranging mix of music from their favoured genres. The all-star lineup will share their most treasured experiences and memories from their careers, alongside performances of songs that are personal to them.

The cast announced so far includes Arthur Darvill (Once, Sweet Charity), Rosalie Craig (Company, City of Angels), Hadley Fraser (Les Misérables, City of Angels), Cedric Neal (Chess, Motown the Musical) and Lucie Jones (Les Misérables, Waitress).

A percentage of the profits from Monday Night at the Apollo will be donated to Acting for Others. Book your ticket today to this highly-awaited production.

What to know before you go

  • Monday Night at the Apollo is 120 minutes long with a 10-minute interval.
  • Please be aware that the appearance of any performer is subject to change and may be affected by holiday, illness, contracts, or events beyond the producers’ control.
  • An online check-in is required for this show. You will receive a pre-visit email 48 hours before the performance with a link to check-in with from Nimax Theatres.
  • Please complete this online check-in no later than 10am on the morning of the performance.
  • The Apollo Theatre will only accept e-ticket for entry. You will be provided with a e-ticket once you have completed the online check-in.
  • No refunds are available after purchase.
  • There are two on-site bars at the venue, situated in the stalls and upper circle serving drinks and snacks.
  • You'll find loads of great places to eat near the theatre, including Bill’s, Leon, Shake Shack and the Seven Dials Market.
  • Toilets are available throughout the theatre. There are also accessible toilets available.
  • There is wheelchair access to the Apollo Theatre. Access is seating is situated in Row Q.
  • A cloakroom is available at the theatre, charging £1 per item.
  • Please remember to bring a form of personal identification with you and a booking reference number if you’re picking up your tickets from the venue.
  • Tickets cannot be exchanged or cancelled, unless specifically stated otherwise at time of purchase.

Getting there

  • The nearest Tube station to the theatre is Piccadilly Circus, serving the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. It’s a two-minute walk away. Leicester Square Tube, serving the Northern and Piccadilly line, is a six-minute walk away.
  • Charing Cross railway and Tube station, serving Southeastern rail and the Northern and Bakerloo lines, is a nine-minute walk away.
  • If you are coming by bus, routes 1, 14, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 55 and 176 stop near the venue.
  • The Apollo Theatre is part of the Q-Park Theatreland Parking Scheme. Q Park Chinatown car park is a short walk away. Alternatively, NCP London Brewer Street is a three-minute walk away.

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Written by Joan Agie

Bachelor of Science specializing in Human Anatomy

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Joan AgieBachelor of Science specializing in Human Anatomy

With 3+ years of research and content writing experience across several niches, especially on education, technology, and business topics. Joan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Anatomy from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria, and has worked as a researcher and writer for organizations across Nigeria, the US, the UK, and Germany. Joan enjoys meditation, watching movies, and learning new languages in her free time.

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Bright lights above an opened door in the promo poster for Monday Nights at the Apollo.

Monday Night at the Apollo