£5 to enter, money raised on ticket donations goes towards the shelters.
Following the success of Broadway Barks across the pond, stage icons Elaine Paige and Bernadette Peters are thrilled to host the first live WEST END WOOFS (AND MEOWS).
Saturday 18 November from 10.00am
at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden
Bringing together much-loved talent of the West End and their four-legged friends for a dog and cat adoption event.
Elaine and Bernadette previously teamed up to co-host the first virtual edition of WEST END WOOFS during lockdown, raising money and awareness for animals in need of adoption.
The adoption event on Saturday 18 November begins at 10.00am with a ‘meet and greet’ with all the adoptable pets. From 11.30am adoptees make their West End debut on stage alongside some of the West End’s favourite stars, with special guests to be announced. A £5 ticket donation is required to enter the church. Money raised on ticket donations goes towards the shelters. The grounds of the church will still be accessible to see the dogs even if the event in church is full.
WEST END WOOFS will feature adoptable pets from the following participating shelters and rescue groups with all proceeds from the event benefitting the great work they do.
· Helping Dogs and Cats UK
· Pro Dogs Direct
· Home Run Hounds
· Saving Saints Rescue
· Noah’s Ark Dog Rescue
· German Shepherd Rescue South
· All Dogs Matter
From 10am - Meet our 4-legged friends
11.30am - 12.30pm - Performance and dogs on stage with our celebrity guests
“When Bernadette and I first presented West End Woofs! online it was such a success! We raised money and awareness for many shelters caring for animals in need of adoption. Here’s hoping this year’s West End Woofs is even more successful for our neediest four-legged friends!"
“Nothing thrills me more than to be doing West End Woofs ‘live’ for the first time at St. Paul’s Actors Church with my dear friend Elaine Paige and my cast members from ‘Old Friends’. Looking forward to finding many dogs and kitties their forever homes”.