Last night (April 21) former Casualty and Holby City actor Tom Chambers, sang at the Royal Albert Hall for the Queen’s 92nd birthday.
Tom Chambers live at the Royal Albert Hall for the Queen’s 92nd birthdayTom Chambers live at the Royal Albert Hall for the Queen’s 92nd birthday
A celebration concert for Her Majesty the Queen’s 92nd birthday, taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London and attended by HM the Queen and members of the Royal Family. Alongside contemporary hits, there are songs from classic musicals, swing favourites and much more.
Performers include Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue, Sting and Shaggy. Also on the show are Shawn Mendes, South African vocal group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Anne-Marie, Craig David, Jamie Cullum, Donel Mangena, Laura Mvula and the Dhol Foundation, led by Johnny Kalsi.
Performing songs from the likes of Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady and Top Hat are Luke Evans, Tom Chambers and Helen George. Alfie Boe celebrates the sound of Benny Goodman and the swing era, and there is a celebration of the music of the legendary ukulele maestro George Formby, featuring 40 players from the George Formby Society.
Many of the performers are accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by musical director Steve Sidwell.