Arts & Culture

Lucie Jones, West End star of ‘Waitress’ captures audiences in a new way.

With the lights having gone off in the West End for the time being the stars of theatre-land are moving their talents to the web giving audiences the chance to enjoy their favourite songs from the comfort of their own home in a series called ‘Leave a light on’. One of the people participating is ‘Waitress’ star, Lucie Jones who spoke to Alicia Edwards at the beginning of Lockdown.

Lucie Jones describes the feelings across the Westend the week before lockdown and how the entire industry is struggling to cope and how stars are concerned that they will have to rethink their careers.


Thomas AbbottThomas Abbott 29th May 2020

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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