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Paul Burton Productions are best known for staging the popular Sunday at the Musicals concerts. To date, there have been a total of 17 versions and 19 performances, which have included special summer and Christmas versions. The productions have been presented at The Actors' Church, The Hippodrome Casino, The Phoenix Arts Club, St. James Theatre and The Union Theatre in London and the Leicester Haymarket Theatre in Leicester.

The performers who have appeared in these concerts include Roshani Abbey, Madalena Alberto, Casey Al-Shaqsy, Helen Anker, Gemma Atkins, Sam Bailey, Bronte Barbe‏, Sophie Bassett-Hughes, Isobel Bates, Annalene Beechey, Jasmine Beel, David Benson, Nikki Bentley, Chloe-Jo Byrnes, Amelle Berrabah, Lydia Rose Bertie, Courtney Bowman, Beth Bradley, Charlie Bull, Christopher Biggins, Michelle Bishop, Tsemaye Bob-Egbe, Helena Blackman, Norman Bowman, Meredith Braun, Colin Burnicle, Nicola Bryan, Sophie Camble, Danielle Carson, Sabrina Carter, Georgina Castle, Beth Clarence, Classical Reflection, Lucyelle Cliffe, Stephanie Clift, Joanne Clifton, Cassie Compton, Anita Louise Combe, Brian Conley, Holly-Jane Crowter, Bridget Costello, Amanda Coutts, Corinne Cowling, Maria Coyne, Matthew Croke, Darren Day, Caroline Dennis, Jason Denton, Samantha Dorsey, Tamsin Dowsett, Brenda Edwards, Kerry Ellis, Nicola Espallardo, Grace Farrell, Alice Fearn, Aimee Fisher, Rosemarie Ford, Lori Haley Fox, Gabriela Garcia, Leanne Garretty, Jenny Gayner, Rebecca Gilliland, Kelly Hampson, Ed Handoll, Catherine Hannay, Ross Harmon, Jack Harrison-Cooper, Matt Henry, Jennifer Hepburn, Hettie Hobbs, Aimee Hodnett, Laurie Holloway, Tash Holway, Abigayle Honeywill, Christopher Howell, Ben Irish, Kim Ismay, Liz Izen, Charlotte Jaconelli, Cassidy Janson, Gemma Knight Jones, Jessica Joslin, Claudia Kariuki, Lucy Kay, Lily Kerhoas, Maria Kesselman, Margaret Keys, Joanna Kirkland, Rebecca Lafferty, Hannah-Grace Lawson, Alex Lodge, Sophie Linder-Lee, Shona Lindsay, Sinead Long, Rebekah Lowings, Maggie Lynne, Carolyn Maitland, Mireia Mambo, Amy Manford, Kelly Mathieson, Jessica Martin, Karen Mav, Hugh Maynard, Luke McCall, Ella McCready, Anna McGarahan, Rebecca McKinnis, James Meunier, Adrian Mills, Victoria Nicol, Trevor Dion Nicholas, Ceili O'Connor, Sarah O'Connor, Claire O'Leary, Louise Olley, Hilary O'Neil, Barry O'Reilly, Mira Ormala, Charlotte O'Rourke, Steph Parry, Lucy Penrose, Laura Pick, Ciara Power, Sara Poyzer, Shakira Rattray, Sophie Reeves, Amy Ross, Jamie Ross, Graham Seed, Lily Simpkins, Kirstie Skivington, Elena Skye, Bree Smith, Faryl Smith, Joshua St. Clair, Rachel Stanley, Joshua Steele, Charlotte Anne Steen, Hannah Taylor, Samantha Thomas, Carly Thoms, Poppy Tierney, Sally Ann Triplett, Jensen Tudtud, Natasha Veselinovic, Victoria Ward, Marti Webb, Rebecca Wheatley, Shona White, Damien Winchester, Pippa Winslow, Helen Woolf, Alex Young, Monique Young and Sarah-Louise Young.

In 2017, Paul wrote and researched a publication called Carry On at the Cinema. Published by FeedARead, and with a foreword by Marc Sinden, the book is an entertaining and informative overview of the much-loved Carry On films. At the same time, the publication is a celebration of the bawdy cinematic series, which brought the seaside postcard to life. While researching the title, Paul interviewed a number of actors and actresses who appeared in the Carry On films. They included: Patricia Franklin, Mike Grady, Laraine Humphrys, Ian Lavender, Valerie Leon, Valerie Van Ost and Jacki Piper.

Branching out from staging concerts, Paul presented An Afternoon of Monologues at The Phoenix Arts Club in London at the start of 2018. This production, which was hosted by Gyles Brandreth, included Sabina Franklyn, Jenny Funnell, Louise Jameson, Jackie Lye, Eve Matheson and Natalie Walter in the cast.

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