Sarah Lark with Adam Gwon

You might have seen a post that I wrote last week about a new musical coming to the Finborough Theatre next week – Ordinary Days by a fantastic American composer called Adam Gwon. Unfortunately, if you haven’t booked your tickets yet to see the show, you have probably missed your chance, as it’s now sold out, so you’d have to try to get your hands on a return if you wanted to see it.

However, I was excited to discover that Adam Gwon himself will be coming to London this weekend, and will be performing with West End stars including I’d Do Anything’s Sarah Lark

I’m a big fan of Sarah Lark, and it was also exiting to see this week that she has been cast as the cover to Nancy in the upcoming production of Oliver. I’m slightly confused as I had thought that Cameron Mackintosh was contractually not allowed to cast any of the other runners up for a fixed period of time… apparently that isn’t the case though, which is great news for Sarah. She was one of my favourites anyway (tied with Rachel Tucker), so I think I’d now rather see the show with her in it!

So, if you want to see her performing before the end of the year, I’d suggest you come along to Saturday’s concert – you can buy tickets here.

Unfortunately, I can’t make it, but at least I have tickets for the opening night of Ordinary Days. If you do see either show, let me know what you think.



An Evening with Adam Gwon
Saturday November 1st @ 8pm
St Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge

In anticipation of the European premiere of Ordinary Days, Adam Gwon will be appearing in an exclusive concert featuring extracts from Ordinary Days and selected material from his other works, all performed by stars from the West End and Broadway.

Performers will include Sarah Lark, Christopher Ragland, Stanley Bahorek and the case of Ordinary Days, all of whom have West End experience (most notably Julie Atherton. Adam Gwon will also be performing himself, so it should be a fantastic opportunity to see him live.


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