Big Night Of Musicals line up for BBC One special and how to watch online

Full lineup of performances

Here’s the line up of shows and performers on Big Night Of Musicals BBC One special and how to catch up online.

The National Lottery’s Big Night Of Musicals will feature performances from some of the biggest West End shows and touring productions.

Jason presents the evening which was filmed live audience at the AO Arena Manchester on 24 January before. The special aired on BBC One on Saturday 29 January at 7PM and is available to watch online now via BBC iPlayer here.

The 90-minute one-off show will act as a ‘thank you’ to National Lottery players who have helped support the arts during the pandemic.

Big Night Of Musicals line up and performers

Here’s a full rundown of what shows and performers will be appearing:

Frozen – Let It Go and I Can’t Lose You performed by Samantha Barks and Stephanie McKeon

Dreamgirls – One Night Only performed by Nicole Raquel Dennis, Natalie Kassanga, Paige Peddie.

Waitress – She Used To Be Mine performed by Chelsea Halfpenny.

Dear Evan Hansen – You Will Be Found performed by Sam Tutty and Samantha Mbolekwa.

Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell – Bat Out of Hell performed by Glenn Adamson, Martha Kirby, and the cast.

& Juliet – Teenage Dream/ Break Free performed by Keala Seattle and David Bedella.

Les Misérables – Bring Him Home performed by John Owen-Jones

Disney’s The Lion King – He Lives In You performed by Thenjiwe Nofamele and Kayi Ushe.

Beauty and the Beast – Beauty and the Beast performed by Courtney Stapleton and Shaq Taylor.

Tina – The Tina Turner Musical – We Don’t Need Another Hero / Simply The Best / Proud Mary performed by Aisha Jawando.

Back to the Future – Gotta Start Somewhere performed by Cedric Neal and the cast.

The Wiz – Ease On Down The Road performed by The cast.

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School of Rock – Teacher’s Pet performed by Jake Sharp and cast.

The Drifters Girl – Kissing in The Back Row / There Goes My First Love / Harlem Child / You’re More Than A Number In My Little Red Book performed by Beverley Knight, Adam J Bernard, Tarinn Callender, Matt Henry and Tosh Wanogho-Maud.

Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical – One Love / Jammin’ performed by Arinzé Kene.

Alongside the TV recording, an audio broadcast of the show will also take place on BBC Radio 2 on Sunday, 30 January from 1PM and for 30 days afterwards on BBC Sounds.

Kate Phillips, Director of Entertainment at the BBC said: “We are delighted to bring a great night of contemporary musicals that the entire family can enjoy into viewers homes, showcasing the world class talent that British theatre is known for.”