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Bernadette Robinson is an award-winning Australian actor and singer, whose UK stage credits include her one-woman show Songs For Nobodies at Wilton's Music Hall and the West End's Ambassadors Theatre.
She has had multiple sell-out seasons internationally for Songs For Nobodies and her other one-woman show Pennsylvania Avenue. Audiences and critics alike loved both shows: “The audience is on its feet with a standing ovation” (The Age), “Bernadette Robinson’s performance is theatrical alchemy” (Herald Sun), “Beyond virtuosity to the sublime” (The Australian). After he saw Songs For Nobodies for the second time, Barry Humphries announced that “Bernadette is a major talent and a spellbinder”. Like Humphries, Australia’s general theatre-going public had discovered Bernadette’s virtuosic acting skills and her uncanny ability to inhabit the voices of famous singers such as Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf and many others.
Together with eventual winner Cate Blanchett, Bernadette was nominated for a Helpmann Award (Australia’s Olivier Awards) in 2012 as Best Female Actor In a Play.
Bernadette played the role of Beatrice in Nick Enright and Terry Clarke’s The Venetian
In 2013, Bernadette recorded performances for a new cable TV show and CD called Studio At The Memo. Hosted by Australian rock star Tim Rogers, the series featured leading performers from Australia and overseas, including Rogers, Martha Wainwright, Tex Perkins and Kate Miller-Heidke.
Bernadette studied voice with the legendary Dame Joan Hammond at the Victorian College Of The Arts before embarking on her professional career in productions of The Pirates of Penzance and Cats. She presented her earlier solo shows You Might As Well Live, Calling All Angels and Patsy Cline: Her Songs, Her Story around Australia to critical and audience acclaim.
In addition to her one-woman shows, Bernadette has had great success performing at high profile events for large corporates across Australia and (singing in English and in local languages) in Tokyo, Beijing (during the 2008 Olympic Games), Shanghai (during the 2010 World Expo), Hong Kong, Macau, Buenos Aires, Singapore, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Toronto.
Songs For Nobodies The uniquely talented Australian singer and actor, Bernadette Robinson performs the critically acclaimed one-woman tour de force Songs For Nobodies. On stage for 90 minutes accompanied by live musicians, her miraculous voice shifts from the smoky blues of Billie Holiday to the thrilling soprano of Maria Callas, via Garland, Cli...
Australian star Bernadette Robinson, Olivier Award-nominated this year for one-woman Songs for Nobodies, revisits the five divas from that show plus a few more 'surprise guests' as she returns to London with her new concert Songs of Bernadette. It's at The Pheasantry two nights only this month... when audiences will have a rare opportunity to be part of a new live recording.
StageFaves vlogger Perry O'Bree was on hand to help Faves founder Terri Paddock capture the brilliance of Bernadette Robinson at the West End post-show Q&A at the transfer of tour-de-force one-woman show SONGS FOR NOBODIES. Watch the full Q&A, and Perry's take on it, here...
Bernadette Robinson is currently wowing the West End in the brilliant transfer of SONGS FOR NOBODIES, in which she breathes new life into five legendary performers - Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Edith Piaf, Billie Holiday and Maria Callas - and five ordinary women whose lives were changed by their brushes with them. We asked her four questions about each leading lady and learnt some lesser-known facts about the stars...
Just a few days until SONGS FOR NOBODIES returns, transferring to the West End for a strictly limited season. Why did critics go crazy for Bernadette Robinson in this one-woman spectacular last year at Wilton's Music Hall? We've rounded up the rave reviews - time to get booking! (And don't miss our competition or Terri Paddock's post-show Q&A!)
Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Edith Piaf, Billie Holiday, Maria Callas... Bernadette Robinson brings them all to life in a tour de force performance in SONGS FOR NOBODIES, written especially for her by multi-award-winning dramatist Joanna Murray-Smith. As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Friday 11 January 2019, Faves founder Terri Paddock will quiz her at the West End's Ambassadors Theatre...
Australian star Bernadette Robinson, Olivier-nominated for her extraordinary one-woman hit Songs for Nobodies, returns to London with her new Songs of Bernadette concert show. Win one of five pairs of tickets to be in the audience when it's recorded live for her new album. Enter by Friday 13 September 2019.