Broadway Meets West End

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

‘Broadway Meets West End’ features the welcome return of West End musical theatre star Matthew Goodgame, currently starring in Guys and Dolls in Paris, and who previously starred alongside Lulu and Bonnie Langford in 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal  Drury Lane. Matthew Goodgame has starred in a number of major musical productions, including Funny Girl, Chicago, Grease, Starlight Express and Joseph. In the intimate atmosphere of the Pheasantry cabaret room, Matthew Goodgame, accompanied by his musical director, will be performing the hits from Broadway to West End to modern. Join this incredible West End performer as he shares with you his evening of beautiful songs and back stage ‘showbiz’ stories, plus he will be joined by some very special guests. This will be an evening to remember and should not be missed.

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MATTHEW GOODGAME

Matthew Goodgame is an excellent actor, singer and dancer. He also has matinee idol good looks. Matthew is no stranger to West End musicals. He is currently starring in Paris in the musical Guys and Dolls, directed and choreographed by the award winning Stephen Mear. Previously he starred in the critically acclaimed West End production of 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, alongside Lulu and Bonnie Langford.

Matthew started his professional career by winning Channel 4’s Musicality in 2004 and went on to record an album with EMI at Abbey Road Studios. Matthew has appeared and starred in many shows in the West End, on tour and worldwide. His career highlights have been; Danny Zuko in GREASE, Billy Flynn in CHICAGO, Greaseball in STARLIGHT EXPRESS, The Pharaoh in JOSEPH, Billy Crocker in ANYTHING GOES, Steven Kodaly in SHE LOVES ME, a soloist with the 12 TENORS, and Renaldi in FUNNY GIRL to mention a few. 

Apart from London’s West End and UK tours, Matthew has performed in Las Vegas, Mumbai, Singapore, Dubai, Germany, China and Italy.  

Chris Guard

"Chris trained at the Royal Academy of Music in Musical Direction & Coaching, and is currently the Assistant Musical Director on the West End production of The Book of Mormon.  In theatre, he has worked on numerous productions, both in London and across the country, including Jersey Boys, Groundhog Day, Pure Imagination, and Gypsy. Chris has also provided arrangements for Walt Disney Pictures, BBC, and Celebrity Cruises.”