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Author:  Bushhall [ Thu Jun 13, 2013 5:17 am ]
Post subject:  London Musical Festival this weekend ONLY

The London Film Festival (LMFF) - dedicated entirely to musical films. This takes place at the Bush Hall on 15th and 16th June. David founded the Musical Film Festival in Paris in 2012 to huge success.

To coincide with the LMFF and his solo concert - David Serero will be releasing a new album 'All I Care About Is Love' released June 3rd on DSM Prod Records. The album will feature Broadway musical classics: Fiddler On The Roof (English and French versions); *Man Of La Mancha (performed in French and adapted by Jacques Brel) Chicago; Ol’ Man River. **A duet with Jermaine Jackson ‘Autumn Leaves’. Plus Russian songs such as Katyusha; Dark Eyes and Jazz Standards to name a few.


**He recently teamed up with Jermaine Jackson on stage in Paris, in a musical production that was written and produced by David Serero – You Are Not Alone.

Please find the LMFF programme below:-

BUSH HALL 310 Uxbridge Road, W12 7LJ. (Tube: Shepherd’s Bush Market )

Tickets: £10.00 per film. £30.00 includes six films plus David Serero’s concert.


Tickets £20.00: David Serero’s concert

Doors open 7.30pm



Saturday June 15th:

2PM: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1991)

4PM: MAN OF LA MANCHA (1972)

8PM: LES MISERABLES (2012)


Sunday June 16th:

2PM: DREAMGIRLS (2006)

5PM: BEGGAR’S HOLIDAY (UK Premiere). Featuring David Serero

7PM – FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (1971)

Tuesday June 18th:

8PM: Concert of David Serero - baritone

Opera, Broadway musicals, World Popular songs and comedy!

About David Serero

David Serero is 32 years old and was born deaf. However, after many operations he began to hear/ speak when he was twelve. David started playing the piano when he was 13 years and singing at the age of 16.

Serero, has already performed more than 600 concerts and performances throughout the world. Some of those have been broadcast on worldwide TV to an average audience of 30 millions of viewers. He has performed concerts at The Budapest Opera conducted by Placido Domingo, Opera Garnier Paris; L'Olympia; The Eiffel Tower; the Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, concert at the Concertgebouw of Amsterdam to name a few.

He also performed and produced the world premiere of ‘Beggar’s Holiday’ - Duke Ellington’s only musical in Paris to critical acclaim.

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