Emmerdale's Tom Lister and Kelsey-Beth Crossley reunite
- Bang Showbiz
- 7 April 2021
Tom Lister and Kelsey-Beth Crossley - who played brother and sister on 'Emmerdale' - have reunited for a special West End in Blackpool streaming event
Emmerdale's Tom Lister and Kelsey-Beth Crossley have reunited for a special West End streaming event.
The 42-year-old actor – who played Carl King in the ITV soap – and 28-year-old actress Kelsey-Beth, who starred as Scarlett Nicholls in the show, have come together for a new virtual show celebrating the West End in Blackpool.
Both Tom and Kelsey-Beth – who played the siblings in the soap – have taken to the stage at the Blackpool Winter Gardens to perform to an audience across the globe to celebrate the best of musical theatre.
Other stars appearing on the show include Oliver's Jodie Prenger – who previously starred in axed 'Coronation Street' musical 'Street of Dreams' – as well as Charlotte Gooch and Alan Burkitt.
Performances will feature covers of Sondheim’s ‘Send in the Clowns’, Sinatra’s ‘All Of Me’, Shirley Bassey’s ‘(Where Do I Begin) Love Story’, Fred Astaire’s ‘Cheek to Cheek’, ABBA’s ‘Winner Takes It All’, Ethel Merman’s ‘There’s No Business Like Show Business’ and Queen’s ‘The Show Must Go On’.
Taking to the official page, organisers wrote: "Join stars of the West End as we delve into stories from the past and deliver simply stunning theatrical performances worthy of a standing ovation! Blackpool is the birthplace of the ‘Great British Summer’ – built on the foundations of its elite entertainment history. Join us as we explore the grand stages walked by legends Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland at this iconic British landmark and lose yourself in the thrilling performances from homegrown talent that link the West End to the Winter Gardens Blackpool.
"Strut down the opulent staircases and prepare to be immersed and moved by each world-class performance which will leave you feeling exhilarated and reminded of how the theatrical experience can whisk you off to another world."