Star of Hamilton Explains How Theatre’s Hope to Survive COVID-19 | Good Morning Britain

Richard is live from the heart of London’s theatreland – the Shaftesbury Theatre – as they prepare for life post the pandemic and tonight’s special online concert in celebration of stage door keeper, Harry Gabriel, who has worked at Shaftesbury Theatre for 40 years.

Giles Terera (Winner of the 2018 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical) and the Shaftesbury Theatre will be hosting the free online concert in honour of Harry who is currently furloughed and tonight will feature songs, stories and performances from some of our favourite West End stars, including Dame Judi Dench, Anthony Hopkins and Amanda Holden. Profits from Hello Harry! A Celebration of 40 Years at Stage Door will be donated to Cancer Research UK, Black Lives Matter and The Black Curriculum.

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Broadcast on 15/07/2020

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