Shows participating in the inaugural West End Flea Market raised more than £26,000 for theatrical charity Acting for Others.
The event was held at St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden on May 19, with productions such as Only Fools and Horses, The Book of Mormon and The Phantom of the Opera taking part.
Productions sold memorabilia to raise money, with the best dressed stall being awarded to Only Fools and Horses, by a judging panel including Christopher Biggins, Celia Imrie and Wayne Sleep.
The winner of the showstopper competition was Mischief Theatre’s The Play That Goes Wrong.
Performers including Rachel Tucker, Layton Williams and Joseph star Jac Yarrow joined Julian Glover, Bonnie Langford, Belinda Lang and Hayley Mills in attending the event.
Stephen Waley-Cohen, co-chair of Acting for Others, said: “We were overwhelmed by the support for Acting for Others’ first West End Flea Market, with queues around the block. It was a joy to share this special event with so many people who share our love of theatre.”
The event was sponsored by Spotlight, The Mackintosh Foundation, Reward Gateway and Joe Allen.