All for the love of mums concert to be held in Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 12:30 22 January 2016

Alistair on his 21st birthday, with his mum, Eileen.

Alistair on his 21st birthday, with his mum, Eileen.

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A celebration of mums is being held in Exmouth, thanks to West End and television star Alistair Brammer.

Professional actor Alistair, from Littleham, is coming home for a Mother’s Day concert, where he and a host of guests will perform music for mums everywhere at The Pavilion.

Former Exmouth Community College student Alistair, who recently finished filming for Casualty and is gearing up to spend February in Los Angeles meeting agents and casting directors, will be paying tribute to his own mum, Eileen, at the concert; he has dedicated the whole event to her.

“She’s already got a table reserved for both shows,” said Alistair. “It’s a celebration of mums - and all the hard work they do.”

Alistair, 27, who began his stage career with Exmouth’s Centre Stage Theatre Company and until May is appearing on BBC One’s Casualty as Holby City hospital receptionist Jack Diamond, will be performing on Sunday, March 6. He has two Pavilion shows planned - a matinee at 2.30pm and an evening performance at 7.30pm.

Appearing with Alistair is Centre Stage, which will be performing songs from the group’s upcoming show, Phantom of the Opera.

The line-up also includes West End leading lady Nikki Mae and Lance Vernon, plus other special guests.

The Mother’s Day concert will include some of Alistair’s West End performances from Les Miserables and Miss Saigon, some musical theatre, plus hits from Michael Buble, Abba and Bon Jovi.

Alistair’s West End credits include Les Miserables, Miss Saigon and War Horse. He first appeared on the BBC in 2007 on TV show Any Dream Will Do, hoping to impress Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber to win the coveted lead role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

For ticket information, see: www.heartofdevon.com/whats-on/exmouth-pavilion-alistair-brammer-a-mothers-day-concert-p1985793


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