first_img View Comments TERRI WHITE “Two Score” – 6/22 at 10PM Who’s that woman? You know her well—it’s Broadway baby Terri White! The stage vet, whose credits include Follies, Finian’s Rainbow, Chicago and Ain’t Misbehavin’, will bring to the supper club a night of mischief, blues and Broadway. GET TICKETS LAINIE KAZAN “My Life in Concert” – 10/9 at 7PM & 10/10 at 8PM The Emmy and Tony nominee is spilling the beans on Babs, Bette, Tom Hanks and more. Kazan makes her 54 Below debut in an autobiographical cabaret that spans from Brooklyn upbringings to understudying Streisand to her success on stage and screen. GET TICKETS GRIND: THE MOVIE In Concert with Anthony Rapp – 9/1 at 9:30PM This must be what it feels like to get catfished by Anthony Rapp. The If/Then star will lead a concert version of the musical short film Grind, which explores the ins and outs of connection in an isolating age online world. GET TICKETS Summer’s right around the corner, and what better place to cool off than at Broadway’s coolest supper club? Each week, dozens of stars sing out on the 54 Below stage. Here are some of the exciting just-announced sure-to-be amazing nights lined up for the summer and beyond at 54 Below. KATE SHINDLE 6/4 at 7PM She can belt her freakin’ face off, and that’s just what she’s going to do in her 54 Below debut. The Broadway babe and former Miss America will bring her “Binder of Broken Dreams” to the stage, singing the songs she’s learned but never had a chance to perform. GET TICKETS WHITNEY BASHOR 6/26 at 9:30PM Perhaps you remember her as Marian/Chiara in The Bridges of Madison County, for which she received the 2014 Actors’ Equity Clarence Derwent Award for most promising female performer. The songstress will make her 54 Below with a set list of musical theater standards and acoustic pop covers. GET TICKETS JIM BROCHU “Tete-a-Tete with Jim Brochu & Friends”  – 6/1 & 8/3 at 7PM “Learn Your Lessons Well” from two legendary composers! Brochu will sit down with Sheldon Harnick and Stephen Schwartz to discuss everything from their greatest hits to their inspirations and future projects. They will be joined by the best of Broadway and the cabaret scene. GET TICKETS LAUREN PRITCHARD 7/15 at 9:30PM We loved her in Spring Awakening, but what has she been up to since? Quite a lot, actually. Catch up with Pritchard as she sings and shares stories of her career path, from signing a record deal in England to singing rock around the world and co-writing and performing with Panic! At the Disco. GET TICKETSlast_img read more

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first_imgAdvertisement Transfers will be dramatically reduced this summer, says former Liverpool and Tottenham director of football, Damien Comolli Metro Sport ReporterMonday 20 Apr 2020 9:33 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link58Shares Damien Comolli cannot see many big transfers when the window does open (Picture: Getty Images)There will be a dramatic reduction in transfers and transfer fees due to the coronavirus pandemic, with clubs in perilous financial positions, believes former Liverpool and Tottenham director of football Damien Comolli.When and if the transfer window will next open is not clear, with football still paused due to the coronavirus, and Comolli is expecting the next window to be very different to what we are used to.With clubs struggling for funds, the Frenchman expects more loans and swap deals, while the days of huge transfer fees are over, for now.‘An agent was saying the other day only three clubs in the Premier League will be able to spend money,’ Comolli told Sky Sports News. ‘If that’s the case I think the transfer window will be very different.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘We might see swaps, we might see loans and we are going to a see a massive decrease in transfer fees and activity – at least transfers involving money.‘The more this crisis goes on and the clubs are in a difficult situation financially, the first thing that will be impacted will be player remuneration and the second thing will be transfer fees.’There is currently an unresolved issue over player contracts that are due to expire on 30 June and if clubs will keep hold of those players if the season resumes and runs past that date.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityComolli has no answers to these puzzles, but points out the difficulty surrounding the issue and predicts that fans will not be able to watch any live action until next year, ‘Sorry if I’m being dramatic but let’s assume the Premier League starts and suddenly (a player) catches the virus and then dies or gets severe lung damage and he can’t play football anymore, what’s going to happen?’ Comolli questioned.‘Is the player going to say my contract ended on June 30, you forced me to play?‘I think it’ll be very difficult not to finish the season for a lot of different reasons, one is financial but as an industry football has a duty to entertain.‘Now it is not the right thing to talk about it but we have a duty to fans, they want something else at night or during the day to think about, other than the virus and the issues. I think it’d be something positive.‘Personally I wouldn’t be surprised if we couldn’t play with any fans until the end of 2020.’MORE: Liverpool star Dejan Lovren drops transfer hint amid Arsenal linksMORE: RB Leipzig deny any contact from Liverpool over Timo Werner transferFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.center_img Advertisement Commentlast_img read more