West End stars join forces for 'The Show Must Go On'

Theater stars are back on the stage in London

'The Show Must Go On' previews 18 West End musicals

It features 50 performers, including a choir and a full orchestra

NAME: AIMIE ATKINSON, ACTRESS AND STAR OF "PRETTY WOMAN THE MUSICAL"

"Well, this is the first time all, you know, all of these West End shows have been together on one stage, and I think after everything that's happened, we needed that solidarity. And we needed that kind of union and coming together and being like, no, we're here.

NAME: JOHN OWEN JONES, ACTOR AND STAR OF "LES MISERABLES"

"Do you know, it is a privilege to be here at any point, but it feels even more special to be back on a West End stage right now, because we've been denied this, you know, what is basically an artist's oxygen - live performance."

Capacity at the theater is reduced to 50%

Tickets for the show have sold out

All the profits will go towards The Fleabag Support Fund and Acting For Others

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