London Theatre Weekly Round-up: Watch The Wiz Live, get the final National Theatre at Home streams, and prepare to party with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

The Shows Must Go On will stream The Wiz Live! this weekend. NBC’s live television broadcast from 2015 will stream for free on The Shows Must Go On YouTube channel. The Wiz Live! stars Shanice Williams, Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, David Alan Grier, Ne-Yo, Elijah Kelley, Uzo Aduba, Amber Riley, Common and Stephanie Mills. The show will be available for 48 hours starting 12 June at 2 pm ET. Watch The Wiz Live! here.

National Theatre At Home announces its final streaming productions. Over the next six weeks, the National Theatre will stream The Madness of King George, Small Island, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Les Blancs, The Deep Blue Sea and Amadeus. Each production will be available to watch for free on YouTube, for seven days. Find more info here.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie releases tickets for performances this fall. Tickets are now available for performances from 2 September 2020 at The Apollo Theatre. The show has also extended its booking period through 16 January 2021.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Audra McDonald, Lea Salonga and Melissa Errico will perform on The Seth Concert Series. Seth Rudetsky’s concert series began 31 May with a performance featuring Kelli O’Hara, and will continue throughout June and July–with Jeremy Jordan on 14 June, Jessie Mueller on 21 June, Lea Salonga on 28 June, Melissa Errico on 5 July and Audra McDonald on 12 July. Each performance takes place at 8PM EST with a second showing Mondays at 3PM EST. Get tickets and more info here.

The RSC’s Macbeth and Hamlet will be broadcast on BBC 4. The Royal Shakespeare Company’s 2018 production of Macbeth, starring Chris Eccleston and Niamh Cusack, will air 14 June at 9:30 pm. The 2016 production of Hamlet starring Paapa Essiedu will follow on 21 June at 9 pm. Both are part of the Culture in Quarantine series.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is coming to Netflix. Starting 26 June, the hit movie musical, a sequel to Mamma Mia!, will be available for the first time on Netflix in the UK and Ireland.

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