The Royal Variety Performance 2019 is on its way - here's when its on TV and who's on the line up performing.
Two of the UK’s best loved comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan are to host this year’s Royal Variety Performance marking the first time in over thirty years two comedians have hosted together.
The event will come from the iconic London Palladium Theatre, which is hosting for the 43rd time, in the presence of members of the Royal family.
The Royal Variety Performance 2019 took place on Monday, November 18 at the London Palladium Theatre. The show will air on ITV in December on Tuesday, December 10 at 7:30PM.
The show promises to be an unforgettable evening of the best UK and international musical performers, extraordinary theatre and brilliant comedy as well as a number of surprises along the way.
Who's on The Royal Variety Performance 2019 lineup
Stars on The Royal Variety Performance line up 2019 include international music sensation Rod Stewart, award winning US composer and entertainer Harry Connick Jr. and the much-celebrated and oldest ever winner of Britain’s Got Talent Colin Thackery.
Robbie Williams is also confirmed, duetting with Rod Stewart and jazz singer, songwriter Jamie Cullum, in exclusive collaborations from his new album The Christmas Present.
There will also be a unique collaboration from Emeli Sandé and Manchester’s Bee Vocal choir who come together to inspire those experiencing mental health difficulties.
2019’s hottest music talents Lewis Capaldi and Mabel will each perform their record breaking singles with Hollywood star Luke Evans and comedy act Flo and Joan also performing.
There will be more performances from West End shows Come From Away, Groan Ups and Mary Poppins with Zizi Strallen as Mary Poppins and Charlie Stemp as Bert joined by Petula Clark, who will feed the birds.
Further acts confirmed include classical cellist Sheku Kanneh Maso and Zurcaroh, an Austrian acrobatic dance troupe.
Rounding off the evening of extraordinary entertainment is an exclusive extract from Cirque Du Soleil’s Luzia as well as comedy from Kerry Godliman and Frank Skinner.
The event is staged in aid of the Royal Variety Charity, whose patron is Her Majesty The Queen.
The money raised from the show helps those people from the world of entertainment in need of care and assistance.
You'll be able to watch the show live and catch up via the ITV Hub.