Wicked Witches support the launch of the Make a Difference Trust's Emergency Assistance Fund

23 West End actresses who have played Elphaba or Glinda in the multi-award-winning smash-hit musical WICKED have joined together to perform a stunning rendition of the show’s ‘For Good’

The Make A Difference Trust has launched a new fundraising initiative, reviving and repurposing their Emergency Fund in order to support those in the theatre community suffering hardship because ofthe Coronavirus crisis.

The Make A Difference Trust has always been about community; the theatre community coming together to help those in need. Today it is the theatre community that needs help. Inspired by theirclose friends at Broadway Cares, MAD has launched the COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund to support those on stage and behind the scenes experiencing hardship during these unprecedented times. 

To support the Emergency Assistance Fund, 23 West End actresses who have played Elphaba or Glinda in the multi-award-winning smash-hit musical WICKED have joined together to perform a stunning rendition of the show’s ‘For Good’.  The track will be released on social media on Wednesday 13 May to support the Make a Difference Trust with a donation request at the end of the video.

The video can be viewed and downloaded here and will also be available on the MAD website:www.madtrust.org.uk

From their own homes, current and former WICKED cast members have recorded this very special version.  The Witches are: Gina Beck, Helen Dallimore, Louise Dearman, Kerry Ellis, Sophie Evans, Alice Fearn, Ashleigh Gray, Emma Hatton, Jacqueline Hughes,  Alexia Khadime, SuzieMathers, Natalie McQueen, Rosa O'Reilly, Michelle Pentecost, Laura Pick, Dianne Pilkington, Amy Ross, Savannah Stevenson, Emily Tierney, Rachel Tucker, Willemijn Verkaik, Lisa-Anne Wood and Helen Woolf

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