West End Heroes raised £78,243.01 for Help for Heroes in 2014. Following this phenomenal success, the charity gala will return to the Dominion Theatre on Sunday 4th October 2015.

The show will once again unite the country’s top military musicians with the best of the West End in a dazzling showcase of show stopping numbers, unlikely song mash-ups, stunning choreography and precision drilling, with a target of raising £100,000 for the charity.


Christopher Biggins, hugely popular star of musical theatre and screen comedies, one of Britain’s best-loved TV personalities and pantomime dame extraordinaire is the larger than life host. Biggins will not only oversee proceedings but also perform in several big song and dance numbers that will be kept secret until the night!

He said  “I’m delighted to be able to give my support to West End Heroes by hosting what I know will be a marvellous evening, with some wonderful surprises. It’s a wonderful way for the West End to show their appreciation for all that our lovely service folk do for us and to support such a worthy charity.”


The West End cast of Elf The MusicalJohn Owen-Jones and Celinde Schoenmaker from Phantom of the Opera and Rachel John and Jon Robyns from Memphis The Musical will join musical theatre and West End stars Ben Forster, Bradley Jaden, Jessica MartinKimberley Walsh, Maurillia Simpson, Mazz Murray and The National Youth Theatre. They will be joined by classical crossover sensation Charlotte Jaconelli, and Britain’s Got Talent magician extraordinaire Jamie Raven.


Returning to form the centrepiece of the gala and under the baton of Squadron Leader Piers Morrell will be one of the finest military bands in the UK, The Central Band of the Royal Air Force featuring vocalist Squadron Leader Matthew Little, the celebrated RAF Squadronaires Big Band and the RAF Bluebelles.

There will also be support from The Band of HM Royal Marines, The Band of the Army Air Corps, The Queen’s Colour Squadron, The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals, and a special performance by the Colchester Garrison Military Wives Choir. There will also be performances from the West End Heroes Dancers and the West End Heroes Choir – made up of people working behind the scenes in the West End.



Follow West End Heroes on twitter @WestEndHeroes or Like them on Facebook/WestEndHeroes





“5 Stars Are Not Enough!” – Jonathan Baz


“A Magnificent West End Spectacular” – Romotegoat


“An Astounding Success” – Pocket Sized Theatre


“The Most Inspiring Theatrical Event in the Theatrical Calendar” – West End Frame

“A Simply Tremendous and Meaningful Evening” – Musical Theatre Review

“West End Heroes is Fully Loaded” – LondonTheatre1

“I’m Looking Forward To Next Year Already” – Broadway World

“West End Heroes Lit Up The Newly Refurbished Dominion Theatre” – Ginger Hibiscus


Help for Heroes offers comprehensive support to those who have suffered life-changing injuries and illnesses whilst serving our country. This is provided through grants to individuals, other Service charities, capital build projects and four Personnel Recovery Centres across the UK. The money raised by the hugely generous public has been used to support our wounded, but there is still so much more to do. Soldiers, sailors and airmen who are injured today will still need our support tomorrow and in the days that follow, for the rest of their lives. They are still battling and we won’t let them battle alone.

 Help for Heroes Andy Grant


“Help for Heroes is all about ‘doing your bit’ and West End Heroes is a wonderful example of people coming together to raise money for a worthwhile cause. Because of events like this and people like you raising money, we are able to provide practical, direct support to those who have suffered life-changing injuries as a result of their service. The money you raise is needed, it is being used and it is hugely appreciated; the war may be ending, but for these brave wounded the battle will have only just begun. We need to be there to support them for life, and that support needs to be the best. I would like to say thank you for this and every other fund raising event that it inspires.”

Bryn Parry, CEO and Co-Founder of Help for Heroes




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  • Sunday 4th October 2015  


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Hillsong London

Hillsong London

Hillsong London

Hillsong London is a vibrant & contemporary church in the heart of London. It’s a community of everyday people who are passionate about making a difference in our world.

Everyone is welcome and Hillsong encourage you to come and check out one of our Sunday services at The Dominion Theatre. Hillsong London meets every Sunday at 11.00am, 1.15pm, 3.30pm & 6pm.

Hillsong offers translation in eleven different languages, a room for parents with babies and a dynamic Kids Church program (2-11). There are a number of thriving ‘communities’ within the church that exist to help you meet people of similar ages & interests including Youth (11-17), Young Adults (18-24), Velocity (25+) and Hillsong Families.

To find out more please visit their website www.hillsong.co.uk or give them a call on 020 7384 9200.

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How do I book Access Requirement Tickets?

To book tickets or discuss access requirements, please call our box office team on 020 7927 0929, between 10am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

If preferred, our box office team can be contacted by emailing access@dominiontheatre.com.

For more information on our access, please click here.

Is there a Dress Code?

There is no dress code at the theatre. For all performances, attire should be comfortable and appropriate for the occasion.

Please be advised the auditorium does not have air conditioning due to its age and listed status; however it does have an air cooling system.

What time should I arrive?

The main auditorium doors will open 30 minutes before the show; however, the circle bar is open from 1 hour before the show.

The show will begin at the advertised time and security checks are in place on entry to the theatre. It is therefore advisable to arrive at least 15 minutes beforehand.

Will I be allowed in if I’m late?

Latecomers may not be seated until a suitable break in the performance. All latecomer’s policies are set by the producers of the show.

Lost Property

Lost property is held for approximately one month. Please contact the theatre as soon as possible between the hours of 10am and 6pm following the loss of an item.

Call 020 7927 0900 and select the option to speak to the Front of House team

There is a cloakroom in the theatre where luggage and coats can be left during the performance. It is situated upstairs on the circle level, and is open approximately 45 minutes before the performance. There is a charge of £1 per item for this service.

We Will Rock You celebrated its 11th Birthday on 14th May 2013.

Due to copyright, the use of photography and recording equipment is strictly prohibited.

Unfortunately, the cast are unable to make any announcements from the stage for birthdays, anniversaries etc However, if you’d like us to Tweet about it, please email online@dominiontheatre.com with the date and time of the performance, the nature of the celebration and the appropriate twitter handles.

The recommended age is dependent on the show and is  indicated in the information pages of that production on this website.

Children under the age of 3 will only be admitted to children’s shows and pantomimes. All children shall require their own Ticket, and to be able to sit in a seat.

The Ticket shall be at full Ticket price if no child concessions are available at the time of purchase.

Children aged 15 or under will not be allowed entry to the event (unless they are supervised for the duration of the event) by a parent or carer.  Supervision of such children shall be by not less than 1 adult per 10 children.

The Management will require these supervisors to remove children if, in the opinion of the Management, they are causing a disturbance.

We have an infra-red hearing system installed in the auditorium allowing for the show to be accessible for the hearing impaired. The system operates on infra-red beams transmitted to a receiver which is on either a headset or a neck loop which the patron wears. We have both the headsets and neck loops available.

The headsets are worn like a stethoscope, with ear pieces that sit comfortably inside the ear.

The neck loop goes over the head like a necklace and creates a loop with the patron’s hearing aid, which must be set to the “T” or “loop” setting.

Patrons who would like to make use of this facility should contact the House Manager upon arrival at the theatre.

Guide dogs are allowed in the auditorium. Front of House staff are also available to dog sit if you would prefer, please contact our team in advance to arrange this on 020 7927 0907.

Unfortunately we don’t currently have an audio described performance.

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Dominion Theatre Box Office
268-269 Tottenham Court Road

There are no booking charges for anyone booking tickets in person at the theatre box office.

Opening hours 10:00-19:45 Monday- Saturday
Bank Holidays 12:00-19:45

The auditorium will open approximately 45mins prior to the show.

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International Telephone Number
+44(0)20 8616 5113

Groups of 12+ and educational groups
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Hospitality & VIP Services

020 7927 0941

Theatre Tokens can be redeemed and purchased in person at the theatre box office or over the telephone.

Pre-paid tickets booked via the www.dominiontheatre.com,  may be collected at any time on the day of the performance.

Tickets booked through any other ticket agent can be collected from an hour before the performance.

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To book a VIP Package, Hospitality or a Private Function Room, please call 020 7927 0941 or email dominionhospitality@nederlander.co.uk.

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