Charity Concerts

Some of Ms Gold's contributions to charity performances are detailed below. In some of these she was an actress and in others a puppeteer. It is likely that Ms Gold may well have been in charity performances other than the ones listed, if anyone knows of any others do email the webmaster. Besides the Charity performances listed below, Louise Gold is also well known for her contributions to the Discovering Lost Musicals productions mounted by the Lost Musicals Charitable Trust, Ms Gold's performances in the Lost Musicals are listed in a separate section of the site.

 Royal Variety Performance 1977 - as a Muppeteer (Puppeteering Big Mamma), at the London Palladium on 21 November 1977.

 The Pirates Of Penzance (Royal Gala Preview) - as Isabel one of Major General Stanley’s daughter’s, with other members of The Pirates Of Penzance cast, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, 18 May 1982.

 Royal Variety Performance 1982 – as an actress with the other members of The Pirates Of Penzance cast, lead by Tim Curry, at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, 11 November 1982.

 Equity Benefit - in aid of the proposed North London Branch of Equity (as a member of the alternative cabaret group  Anna Rexic & The Compulsives, The Tricycle Theatre, 20 February 1983)

 Comic Relief - as a Spitting Image puppeteer (most notably puppeteering The Queen), at The Shaftsbury Theatre on 4 5 & 6 April 1986.

 Will-Aid - as a singer, at The Sadlers Wells Theatre, on Sunday 12 April 1987.

 Chicago & Company - as a Singer-Actress, at The Victoria Palace, on Sunday 2 December 1990.

 Kids At Heart – as a singer-dancer at The London Palladium on Sunday 20 January 1991.

 Broadway To Brighton - as a singer, at The Dome, Brighton, Sunday 17 February 1991.

A Time To Start Living - as a singer, at Lyric Theatre Shaftsbury Avenue, on 6 December 1992.

 Camberwell Pocket Opera’s First Fundraising Gala – as a singer at Greenwich Theatre, London, on 3 January 1993.

 Dear Ralph - appeared, at The Shaftsbury Theatre, on Sunday 13 February 1994.

 CLIC’s 18th Birthday Celebration (as one of the company, at The Bristol Hippodrome on 20 March 1994)

 Comedy Tonight - scheduled to appear as a singer, at The Royal National Theatre’s Olivier Theatre, on Sunday 12 June 1994

Hot ‘n’ Spicy 2 - as a singer, with other performers from the New Shakespeare Company, lead by Issy Van Randwyck, at Pizza On The Park, on 19. October 1997.

 A Lost Musicals Occasion - as A familiar Lost Musicals Lady at The Royal Opera House’s The Linbury Studio Theatre, on 28 & 29 July 2001.

 Regents Park 70th Anniversary Gala - as Adriana from The Boys From Syracuse, at Open Air Theatre Regents Park, 1 September 2002.

 Curtain Up! - as a performer, at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester, Sunday 7 September 2003.

 Happily Ever After – as a singer, at The Fortune Theatre, on Sunday 29 January 2006.

 Side By Side By Sondheim 30th Anniversary Gala - as a singer, at the Novello Theatre, Sunday 21 May 2006.

 A Love Letter To Dan – as a singer, at the Novello Theatre, Sunday 16 July 2006.

 Theatre Cares Present: The Company Of Mary Poppins – as a member of the company of Mary Poppins, at Trafalgar Studios Theatre, Studio 1, Monday 1 October 2007.

 Flaunt It 2008 – as a singer, at The Fortune Theatre, Thursday 30 October 2008.


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