Saturday 10th April 2021
Musical Theatre Home Dining – Back-to-back Musical Theatre favourites
Your favourite musical theatre tunes performed by our wonderful musical theatre professionals
Home-Start Butser Events and The Half Moon, Sheet are delighted to follow up our St Patrick’s day celebration with our fourth online dinner show of Lockdown. On Saturday April 10th we will bring great professional, Musical Theatre performers, to you and your dining table via a Zoom broadcast.
Tickets are £20 per person and include a two-course, ready-to-heat meal delivered to you during the day. The menu and our extensive delivery zones covering Winchester, Portsmouth, Petersfield and Haslemere are listed below.
The ‘virtual doors’ open at 7pm and the show starts at 7:15pm.
The Box office closes on Wednesday 7th April at 7pm
Main: Chicken stuffed with Prosciutto ham and cheese, coated in panko breadcrumbs accompanied by dauphinoise potato, seasonal greens and gravy
(Vegan/Vegetarian) Butternut squash & sweet potato loaf accompanied by dauphinoise potato, seasonal greens and vegetable sauce
Dessert:Toffee topped Tiramisu
Vegan chocolate cheesecake
We will deliver to:
- Petersfield and surrounding villages (within 5 miles) Haslemere, Liphook, Liss, Clanfield, Horndean & Waterlooville
- Winchester and districts, Alresford, Bishop’s Sutton, Bramdean, the Candover Valley, Colden Common, Kings Somborne, Otterbourne, Owslebury, Sparsholt, Sutton Scotney and Twyford.
Those local to Portsmouth & Havant can make use of our collection point at The Marina Bar, Southsea between 9am and midday on Saturday 20th February.
Natasha Hoeberigs is an accomplished singer, actor and dancer, and has entertained audiences all over the world.Originally from New Zealand, Natasha has performed in Australia, Japan, the United States of America, across Europe and currently resides and entertains in the United Kingdom.Her earlier years were spent studying music and theatre at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts (Sydney, Australia). Natasha is a recipient of the prestigious TDP/ASCAP Bound for Broadway Scholarship. She is also a proud graduate of the Talent Development Project (Australia), the full-time performing arts course at Brent Street (Australia), and holds her Masters Degree in Musical Theatre as a graduate of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (London).
Matt honed his vocal skills from a very early age with the North Staffs Amateur Operatic Society, appearing in The King & I at the age of 6! He graduated from the Royal Academy of Music, having appeared in A Little Night Music and Little Me, going on to play a variety of roles including Billy/Eugene Fodor in Crazy For You before making his West End debut in The Phantom of the Opera at her Majesty’s Theatre as the jeweller and covering the starring role of Piangi. Matt was enjoying playing Aldolfo Pirelli in the English Theatre Frankfurt’s production of Sweeney Todd when like many others he had to turn to online singing. Last year he recorded and posted on Facebook a different song for 188 consecutive days!
John studied Theology at Durham University before training as a classical singer at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the National Opera Studio. John has worked for many of the UK’s leading Opera companies big and small - including Glyndebourne, Scottish Opera and ENO. Recent roles include Dick Deadeye in HMS Pinafore for Opera della Luna at Wilton’s Music Hall.
John now combines professional singing with teaching at Churcher’s College and plans for this season include Dr Bartolo in The Barber of Seville and Sacristan Tosca for Opera Brava
£20 per person
including a £5 donation to Home-Start