Fundraise on the First: Nights on Broadway competition winner revealed

PUBLISHED: 13:12 02 September 2015 | UPDATED: 13:13 02 September 2015

Rehearsals at the Brookside Theatre in Romford for Nights on Broadway

Rehearsals at the Brookside Theatre in Romford for Nights on Broadway


A reader is set to be transported to the world of musicals this week after winning a Recorder competition.

Barrie Powell, from Romford, has bagged himself two tickets to Brookside Theatre’s Nights on Broadway concert, after correctly answering a question about hit show Spamalot.

Nights on Broadway, staged in Eastern Road, Romford, in aid of the Recorder’s Fundraise on the First campaign with children’s charity First Step, launches tonight, with subsequent performances following tomorrow, Friday and Saturday.

Tickets are still available by calling 01708 755775, emailing or visiting

Of each £15 ticket, £9.45 will go to First Step, with £7.56 of each £12 ticket also going to the charity.

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