British Theatre Playhouse

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The British Theatre Playhouse (BTP), renowned for its internationally acclaimed productions, plans to, once again, capture the hearts of the city with its upcoming “Art for Charity” Gala. In collaboration with the EtonHouse Community Fund, the event promises an enchanting night of music and compassion at the Grand Ballroom of One Farrer Hotel on Saturday, November 18, 2023, at 6pm.

The spotlight of the evening will be the staging of Big Girls Don’t Cry, a spectacular musical tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, straight from London’s West End. The concert boasts an extensive repertoire of classics, including Sherry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, and Oh, What A Night — sure to transport the audience back to the golden era of timeless hits.

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Adding a heartwarming twist to the show, the Jersey Kids from EtonHouse will grace the stage with their incredible talents. These young, talented students, who are also beneficiaries of the EtonHouse Community Fund, will captivate the audience with their exceptional performances. Attendees will not only revel in the magic of music but also directly contribute to transforming the lives of underserved children in Singapore through their generous support.

British Theatre Playhouse
Cast members: Stuart Innes, Damion Scarcella, Lorne Taylor, and Tristan Ward. (Photo: British Theatre Playhouse)

Tickets for the “Art for Charity” Gala come in three categories, each offering its own unique perks. The Premium Champagne tickets, priced at $500 each, grant access to the best reserved “Front Row Seats”, along with a welcome champagne reception and canapes upon arrival. Additionally, guests will enjoy a cocktail reception with free-flow wines during the interval. The CAT 1 and CAT 2 tickets, priced at $390 and $370 respectively, include a welcome drink and the cocktail reception. 

Every ticket purchase will make a substantial difference, as 30 per cent of the gross proceeds from ticket sales will be dedicated to the EtonHouse Community Fund. The fund was set up by EtonHouse Group in 2015 in the spirit of giving back to society.

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Their ethos is that every child, regardless of background, should have access to quality education with a vision to create pathways for children to discover their unique gifts to the world.

Over the years, the fund has impacted over 16,000 children and youths, investing more than $3 million in various educational programs. Here’s your chance to be part of an unforgettable experience while making a meaningful impact on the lives of Singapore’s vulnerable children.