Hey Mr Producer!
Royal Gala, London
concert was in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of
Edinburgh, in aid of the Royal National Institute For The Blind and
the Combined Theatrical Chartities. It was on Sunday June 7 &
Monday June 8, 1998 at 7:30pm at the Lyceum Theatre, Wellington
St, London WC2.
The cast includes Michael Ball, John Barrowman, Brian Blessed, David
Campbell, Judi Dench, Lara Fabian, Maria Friedman, Ellen Greene,
Michael Hayden, Ruthie Henshall, Hugh Jackman, David Kernan, Tom
Lehrer, Robert Lindsay, Julian Lloyd Webber, Jimmy Logan, Millicent
Martin, Julia McKenzie, Marion Montomery, Paul Nicholas, Elaine
Paige, Bernadette Peters, Clarke Peters, Phillip Quast, Joanna
Riding, Liz Robertson, Lea Salonga, Ned Sherin, Donald Sinden,
Stephen Sondheim, Sonia Swarby, Colm Wilkinson, and a supporting
company and orchestra of over 200 performers. They performed exerpts
from some of the great musical productions of the last 30 years.
David's main part of the concert was to perform the role of Chris in
the Miss Saigon part of the
show with the original Kim, Lea
See some photos and running sheet here at the Capitolbreaks
website. Play "Where's David?" in this curtain
call photo from Hey! Mr Producer.
- The CD is available in the USA -
PGD/PHILIPS #538030 . . Streetdate: August 25, 1998
- The NTSC video was released on 27 October 1998 in the USA -
COLUMBIA/TRISTAR STUDIOS #3009
- It will also be released on DVD on December 1. See DVDEmpire
- The CD is available in the UK as of 12 October 1998.
- The PAL video is available at Dress
- Cameron Mackintosh Sydney have no confirmed release date for
Australia for either CD or video.
audio file from the Hey Mr. Producer CD. I'm
Martin Guerre in Real Audio format.
Thanks to Ron
on the Miss Saigon
page, you can see David performing Last
Night of the World with Lea Salonga from the concert in Real
Video file format (approx 1Mb)
You can also see the Miss Saigon Parts and Martin Guerre from the
video here under Video Archives.
Get it here!
New York Times Review, 7 February 1999 - Cameron
Mackintosh Staged and Praised