For one night only A Night On Broadway returns to The Courtyard on August 26, following its sell out success last year.

Featuring a hand-picked orchestra and soloists, this one-off charity concert will explore Broadway and Hollywood musicals like never before!

Celebrating Broadway and Hollywood’s finest, the concert will take you on a musical journey from the Golden Age of musicals, right to the very present. Songs from timeless shows such as West Side Story, South Pacific, Les Misérables, Chicago, Wicked and many more, all presented to you live on stage in their original Broadway and Hollywood orchestrations, with soloists Steve Liddle, Sophie Reeves, Lucas Abbott and Harriet Doyle.

The show is conducted and produced by Jack Campey, who has chosen to donate all profits from A Night On Broadway to St. Michael’s Hospice in memory of his father Andrew Campey, who was cared for so brilliantly by the hospice and sadly passed away in September 2015.

Jack graduated from the University of Exeter in 2014. With a life-long passion for music and the performing arts and he found himself heavily involved with music at university, conducting two musicals for the Footlights Society - West Side Story, for which he was awarded the music society award for best conductor, and Into the Woods. Jack has continued to work on his ambition to become an orchestrator and conductor for Broadway and the silver screen. He regularly arranges pieces for local ensembles and continues to be in demand locally as an instrumentalist and conductor, notably assistant conductor of The Film Orchestra.

A Night on Broadway will be at The Courtyard on Saturday, August 26 at 7.30pm. To book, call the box office on 01432 340555 or visit