West End star Lee Mead brings his new show to Queen’s Theatre

PUBLISHED: 15:28 19 November 2018

Lee Mead will perform his new show My Story: A Dream That Became a Reality at the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch on Sunday, May 12.

Lee Mead will perform his new show My Story: A Dream That Became a Reality at the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch on Sunday, May 12.


Musical theatre star Lee Mead will share some of the magical moments that have taken place in his career with audiences at the Hornchurch theatre next year.

My Story: A Dream That Became a Reality, featuring Lee Mead will be playing at the Queen’s Theatre in Billet Lane on Sunday, May 12 at 7.30pm.

Selected from thousands of performers, Lee Mead was thrust into the spotlight in 2007 to play the iconic role of Joseph in the West End.

Since then, Lee has appeared in classic musicals such as Wicked, Legally Blonde, Chitty Chitty Bang Band and his television credits include Casualty and Holby City, in which he still portrays Lofty Chiltern.

He has released five albums and appeared on countless others including The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The West End star has experienced a whirlwind of incredible achievements and now, for 2019, Lee wishes to give something back.

He invites his fans to join him for an intimate interview, completely stripped back where he gets the opportunity to talk not only as Lee the showman but also as Lee the man.

Lee will talk about the magical moments, the highs the lows, the memories and of course the songs the audience love to hear.

Queen’s Angels, who regularly support the theatre’s work by making monthly donations, can access a 48-hour priority booking period as of today, Friday, Audiences who would like to become a Queen’s Angel and receive priority booking to Lee Mead: My Story can sign up here: at

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