Adam Blanshay Productions in partnership with NHS Charities Together
Dame Arlene Phillips directing West End Gala
celebrating the 75th anniversary of the NHS
The Newfound Hope Show
Sunday 5th November, 2023, 7pm
Adelphi Theatre, Strand, London, WC2R 0NS
The crème de la crème of the entertainment industry is coming together this November to celebrate 75 years of the NHS and their wonderful life changing and life saving work. A onenight-only celebration, the gala – The Newfound Hope Show – is at the Adelphi Theatre on Sunday 5th November, 2023. 100% of proceeds will be donated directly to NHS Charities Together, the national charity caring for the NHS.
Co-conceived by Adam Blanshay and Matthew Brind, and choreographed and directed by Dame Arlene Phillips, DBE, this incredible evening will feature new songs written specially to mark the occasion, as well as audience favourite West End hits. Arlene Phillips is an award-winning choreographer and director, known for her time as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing and So You Think You Can Dance, as well as her extensive work choreographing on films like Annie, music videos including for Duran Duran, and West End musicals including We Will Rock You, Starlight Express and Saturday Night Fever.
The Newfound Hope Show promises to be a beautiful evening of music, dance and hope for our NHS and the future. Adam Blanshay Productions and NHS Charities Together are committed to making the gala affordable for all with tickets starting at £15. All ticket sales and other donations will help NHS Charities Together continue their vital work supporting NHS staff, patients, volunteers and communities around the UK.
An all-star cast, who will sing their favourite West End musical numbers as well as the new,
specially written songs, will be announced with an incomparable host for the evening.
Ellie Orton OBE, Chief Executive at NHS Charities Together comments, We are so looking forward to this event, which will be a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the incredible people of the NHS in its 75th anniversary year. The extra support provided by NHS Charities continues to be more important than ever with the scale of the challenges facing healthcare, and all funds raised will help us continue our vital work supporting NHS staff, patients and communities across the UK, helping to provide the best possible healthcare for us all.