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Theatre includes: most recently Eponine in Les Misérables (Queen’s). Also, Elphaba in Wicked (Apollo, Victoria), Deb inOrdinary Days (Trafalgar Studios), Harmonia in Welcome to Thebes directed by Richard Eyre (NT), Nala in Disney’s The Lion King (Lyceum), Candy in Whistle Down the Wind (UK tour), Ronnie Spector in Leader of the Pack (UK tour), Alice in Dick Whittington and his Cat (Hackney Empire) and Cinderella (Hackney Empire).
Film includes: Radio Techy in London Road and Les Misérables directed by Tom Hooper.
Television includes: Madeva in Splatalot 2, Tanisha in Comin’ Atcha!, Ellie Burns in The Queen’s Nose, Cassie in The Bill, Grange Hill, Class Action, The Sculptress and Dream Team.
Recordings include: film soundtracks for Pride and Amazing Grace and radio voiceovers for the Metropolitan Police and Rimmel London.
(Source Book of Mormon show website.)
The Tony Award-winning musical from the writers of South Park comes to the West End.Written by the animated sitcom’s creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez, The Book Of Mormon is a satirical musical that takes shots at everything from organised religion to consumerism, the state of the economy and the musica...
London’s biggest and most vibrant Pride Festival ever took place this July! From shared West End pre-show warm ups to messages of love we’ve rounded up our 20 top rainbow tweets! #LoveHappensHere
The mark of true #StageFaves is that not only are they great performers onstage, but that they are also great people offstage. So it is amazing to see how many performers have answered the call from Giles Terera and Danielle Tarento to join Songs and Solidarity on Sunday 25th June. Taking place at Trafalgar Studios 1 at 7.30pm, Songs and Solidarity is a West End fundraising gala evening of song, dance and comedy for the hundreds of families made homeless and the relatives of those who lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire.
With the Broadway smash hit Hamilton coming to the West End, a white actor has been cast into one of the previously black roles. Is this right? Musical Theatre Appreciation Society's Willy Mukendi-Wood discusses Colour Blind vs. Copycat casting...