Comic Opera will be returning for Red Nose Day 2022, flaunting an all-female line up taking on a variety of three Aria’s from the famous show Carmen.
Call the Midwife’s Helen George, Tamzin Outhwaite, comic and author Rosie Jones, previous Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt and Nina Wadia will have only 24 hours to learn one of drama’s most well known arias prior to performing it live in front of an audience at The London Coliseum before a crowd of people of 2,000 show fans.
BBC Radio 2 moderator Sara Cox will be close by to help the stars as they work rapidly to will grasps with this exceptionally gifted traditional fine art on schedule for their large exhibition. They’ll be recorded in the approach their show, and during the evening, crossing live to the Coliseum as the celebs plan to go in front of an audience.
Tamzin Outhwaite remarked: “I am so excited to be important for this inconceivable line up for Comic Opera! I’m accustomed to following up on stage not singing so I am truly anticipating having a go at something new and who knows perhaps I can put Opera Singer on the CV! Jokes to the side, Comic Relief is a particularly astounding foundation and I simply trust I can do the picked tune equity, and If I can’t, basically I’ve helped raise those immensely significant assets for the people who are most out of luck.
Helen George added: “I’m so eager to be remembered for the current year’s Comic Opera with such a splendid bundle of ladies. I’m certain my chattering will fundamentally be more ‘Funny’ than ‘Drama’, however anticipating trying it out.”
Red Nose Day 2022 will be facilitated by Alesha Dixon, David Tennant, Zoe Ball, Paddy McGuinness and Sir Lenny Henry, and the Great Comic Relief Prizeathon will be introduced by Joel Dommett and AJ Odudu. Watchers can likewise expect a few ritzy appearances from Matt Lucas and David Walliams, Strictly Come Dancing’s Rose Ayling-Ellis and parody legends French and Saunders.
The Red Nose Day evening of TV will include outlines, live exhibitions and oddball parody specials while displaying the effect gifts have made in the UK and across the world.