Don’t expect any free streaming musicals for the next few weeks, as The Shows Must Go On programme is taking a short break.

Pretty much every week for the last four months and change, a full musical production has been made available free of charge to watch on YouTube as part of The Shows Must Go On programme. Launched by Andrew Lloyd Webber last March, each Friday night a new show popped up on a special YouTube channel, where it was made available for free viewing for 48 hours.

But not tonight. The Shows Must Go On programme isn’t over, but it’s been confirmed it’s taking a summer break. That for the next few weeks, there won’t be any shows made available.

Instead, The Shows Must Go On YouTube channel will play host to newly-released clips from shows, but other than that the programme “will be taking a brief hiatus from full shows before returning with all-new seasons of exciting shows to entertain audiences at home, while theatres are closed”.

The plan is to return the other side of the summer. You can find the YouTube channel here.

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