At the end of 2020, she guided our Twitter followers through the ESC 250, offering her thoughts on the best Eurovision songs of all-time. And now RuPaul’s Drag Race UK star Tia Kofi is ready to tear up the Internet once more as she stars in EUROBEAT — The Pride of Europe — a delightful parody of the Eurovision Song Contest, which is streaming online from 30 April. We’re re-publishing the official press release with all of the details below.

We are super excited to share the following discount code: EUROFAN21. Use that by 30 April and enjoy £3 off your ticket.

Also: Be sure to visit the Facebook Page of our pals at the London Eurovision Party on Friday 30 April at 18:30. They’ll be chatting with two of the amazing cast members.

“EUROBEAT — The Pride of Europe” streams from 30 April

Fourth Wall Live are delighted to announce the world premiere of a new online version of the cult West End Musical EUROBEAT – The Pride of Europe. This irreverent, hilarious homage and celebration of the world’s best loved song contest will be filmed at The Clapham Grand and streamed globally from 30 April – 10 May 2021 on Stream.Theatre. Viewers will be asked to vote online after watching the show (Your vote really counts!) and The Results Show will be streamed from 14 – 18 May 2021. www.eurobeatpride.com

The show will be hosted by David O’Reilly’s “Orla Board” as Marlene Cabana the glamorous mistress of ceremonies, with a cast led by Joanne Clifton (BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, The Rocky Horror Show, Flashdance), Tia Kofi (BBC Three’s RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Series 2), Harriet Thorpe (BBC’s The Brittas Empire, Cabaret) and Tom Read Wilson (C4’s Celebs Go Dating, BBC’s Celebrity Best Home Cook), the show will also star West End and musical theatre stars Christine Allado (Hamilton, The Prince of Egypt), Matt Croke (ITV’s The Voice, Disney’s Aladdin), Scott Garnham (Les Miserables, Billy Elliot, The Barricade Boys), Aisha Jawando (Tina in Tina, The Tina Turner Musical), Scott Paige (Cinderella, Nativity!), Claudia Kariuki, (Priscilla Queen of the Desert, School of Rock), David Ribi (Milkshake, Channel 5), comedian Sooz Kempner, Annell Odartey (WhatsonStage Awards), George Olney (Saturday Night Fever, Fiddler on the Roof), Alexzandra Sarimiento (Hamilton, Strictly Ballroom) and Jaime Tait (Motown, Beautiful).

 

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Now featuring additional new songs and material EUROBEAT – The Pride of Europe has been delighting audiences since its 2008 West End run, this is the latest iteration to join the Eurobeat canon, which (much like its real-life counterpart) is continuously evolving, adapting and reflecting current times. After Moldova and Bosnia & Herzegovina, it is now Liechtenstein’s turn to crown this year’s Eurobeat champion. Take a trip to this tiny Alpine nation for some hilarious new songs, and some old favourites.

This loving send-up is bound to delight any fan of Europe’s largest television event! A live stream of power ballads galore, outrageous dance routines, key-changes, drag queens, a sprinkle of politics and the drama of crowning a winner! Eurobeat: The Pride of Europe is a celebration of an ever more diverse continent that sure loves to party. A song contest which reflects quirky, colourful and camp Europe, where even the smallest can come out and make it big!

EUROBEAT – The Pride of Europe has a book, music and lyrics by Craig Christie, is directed by Max Bex Roberts, choreographed by Callum Tempest and the musical supervisor is Adrian Kirk.

 

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Fourth Wall Live is an exciting new collaboration between boutique concert producer Club 11 London and theatrical producers DLAP Entertainment. Having previously successfully produced Chita Rivera at Cadogan Hall together, the teams have now combined to bring audiences a plethora of international artists in concert at leading venues.

stream.theatre is a joint venture between ROYO and BROADWAY ON DEMAND to combine expertise in streaming technology, theatre producing and rights licensing to create the world’s first digital venue. stream.theatre provides theatres, producers and artists all of the tools they need to deliver streamed productions to their audiences and generate revenues. It provides the STAGE with an integrated video player, specifically conditioned for streaming arts programming, the BOX OFFICE with a secure payment system, the CUSTOMER SERVICE with a live chat facility to an experienced team, integrated CAPTIONING to make performances more accessible, GEO-FENCING and TICKET CAPACITY LIMITS to protect authors, and VIDEO CAPTURE with a 4k capture solution as well as live vision mixing, live streaming technology and all equipment necessary for a multiple camera shoot.

stream.theatre makes streaming possible for productions of any scale and has hosted, captured and partnered on over 600 events since launching in September 2020. From West End and Broadway musicals to high profile awards ceremonies, intimate concerts to Off-West-End fringe productions – streaming is now accessible for everybody.

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esc_fl
1 month ago

Oh no, United Kingdom please don’t do this if you want Eurovision to take you seriously!

Also, what are Liechtenstein and the Vatican doing here? Leave them out of this please

Last edited 1 month ago by esc_fl
Alex
Alex
1 month ago

i can hardly understand what is this…. lol

if only UK puts this effort for their entry…. also, it would’ve been great if ESC was less associated with drag queen acts?>

Kate
Kate
1 month ago

you should invite Mélovin next time, his latest drag queen performances were brilliant 😛

Last edited 1 month ago by Kate
Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
1 month ago

Oh, I love Tia. So dry and witty and funny.

Sot
Sot
1 month ago

Liechtenstein? THE VATICAN!? Can anyone explain to me what this is all about because I am quite confused, as you can see…

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1 month ago
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You’re not alone lol