Up late: West End Eurovision Pictures

Last week's West End Eurovision at the Dominion Theatre, its seventh and final year in support of The Make A Difference (MAD) Trust saw the cast of Mamma Mia! and Les Misérables jointly winning the trophy.





By all accounts a memorable late night on the West End, with the highlight of the evening coming in a speech given by director Andrew Keates, about his experience directing a revival of the first ever AIDS play, As Is by William M. Hoffman, and how this affected his own life.

The MAD Trust works with the British entertainment industry and its audiences to raise funds to offer care and support to people living with HIV, AIDS and other chronic illnesses, who are unable to work and are facing hardship.

To support The MAD Trust all people have to do is text MADT £3 to 70007 to give just £3. And look out for West End Bares coming later this year...

Images by Darren Bell



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