If you’re in The UK this weekend, why not dip into the spirit of the Eurovision Song contest by heading to West End Eurovision? By attending, you’d be making a difference by raising funds for HIV and AIDS projects that build awareness and provide care, support and education in the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Since 2008, West End Eurovision has become a staple of the run-up to the song contest. The unique and spectacular show features the casts of some of London’s biggest productions battling it out to be crowned the champions of the West End – while raising funds for the Make A Difference Trust.

This year, their support has grown bigger. Eurovision winner Dana International will join 2019’s UK Eurovision act Michael Rice and a host of West End stars as they wage battle at the Adelphi Theatre, at 7pm on Sunday 28 April.

Unlike the Eurovision Song Contest – where only one trophy is up for grabs on the night – there are four WEST END EUROVISION 2019 trophies to battle for: The Champions, The Best Ident Movie, The Best Creative and the new award for this year Outstanding Gorgeousness. The casts of Aladdin, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Follies, Mamma Mia, Only Fools and Horses, The Phantom of the Opera (last year’s winners) and Wicked will all be singing Eurovision hits as they compete to win text votes from the theatre audience and the approval of a panel of celebrity judges and judges from each competing show. 2019’s celebrity panel include Bonnie Langford, Tim Vincent, Amber Davies and Wayne Sleep OBE.

Melanie Tranter, chair of the Make A Difference Trust explains: “West End Eurovision only happens because of the incredible generosity of the theatre community who give their time and talent so generously to make this incredible show possible. On behalf of the Trust and everyone who will benefit from the work we do, to every performer, every crew member, every single person who works so hard to make this show one of the best nights in the West End calendar, Thank You!”

wiwibloggs will be on ground to support this great cause – and we hope to see you there!

Tickets Available:
£25, £30, £40 & £50
(prices include a restoration levy)


£110 VIP ticket includes:
Top price seat, souvenir programme, pre-show reception with VIP access to the theatre, an interval drink

VIP tickets are ONLY available
directly from The Make A Difference Trust using this link:


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How refreshing to see Dana International giving to charity instead of desperately looking for a gig.


Why are people on this website so unbelievably toxic toward Dana International?

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They are jelaous of her boogie


This is disgusting.

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La Signora

One of the most important winners of Eurovision definitely doesn’t need to “desperately looking for a gig” or desperately release new albums every 6 months. She is Dana International, pretty big name in Israel and beyond