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Elissa Churchill is a London based actress and singer whose musical theatre credits include Amour (Charing Cross Theatre), Brexit at Tiffany's and London Musical Theatre Orchestra's Mack and Mabel.
Recorded at 'That Cabaret' on Weds 6th March Above the Arts Cabaret Club Hosted by Dev Joshi, accompanied by Tim Shaw
Filmed at 'The Show Goes On', at Piano Works West End 11/02/19 Accompanied by Ben Papworth
From 'Mary Poppins Returns' By Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman For Izzy x
First in a new series where I revisit some of the parts I played whilst at school - first up is Mimi Marquez in RENT.
From 'The Witches of Eastwick'
From 'Evil Dead: The Musical'
From 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'
'I've Been Waiting For You' by ABBA Accompaniment by 'The Accompanist' via Youtube
By Andrew Lippa From 'Elissa Churchill: It's My Birthday' 15/10/2018 Above the Arts Cabaret Club Accompanied by John Reddel
From the show 'Elissa Churchill: It's My Birthday!' 15/10/2018 Above the Arts Cabaret Club Accompanied by John Reddel
Andante Andante by ABBA Accompaniment via 'The Accompanist' - look him up on youtube, his accompaniments are GREAT.
From 'Elissa Churchill: Work in Progress' 4th June 2018, Above the Arts Cabaret Club Music and Lyrics by David Friedman Accompanied by John Reddel
From 'Elissa Churchill: Work in Progress' 4th June 2018, Above the Arts Cabaret Club 'Everybody's Girl' from 'Steel Pier' Music & Lyrics by Kander & Ebb Accompanied by John Reddel
Performed at 'Unlikely Lovers: A Cabaret' Mon 9th April, 2018 Above The Arts Cabaret Club Accompanied by John Reddel
THE LETTER Z 'Zip' from Pal Joey (1940) Music by Richard Rodgers Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
THE LETTER Y 'You Don't Know This Man' from Parade (1998) Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
THE LETTER X 'Xanadu' - Xanadu (2007) Music & Lyrics by Jeff Lynne and John Farrar Based on the 1980 film
THE LETTER W 'When He Sees Me' - Waitress (2016) Music & Lyrics by Sara Bareilles
THE LETTER V 'Vanilla Ice Cream' from 'She Loves Me' (1963) Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick Book by Joe Masteroff, based on Miklós Láslós's 'Parfumerie'
Pulled this together in one morning, a bit rough and ready, but I was feeling inspired. My cover of 'Chelsea Hotel #2' by the late, great Leonard Cohen
THE LETTER U 'Unusual Way' from Nine (1982) Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston
THE LETTER T 'Taylor the Latte Boy' by Marcy Heisler & Zina Goldrich Made famous by Kristin Chenoweth
THE LETTER S 'Somewhere That's Green' from Little Shop of Horrors Music by Alan Menken & Lyrics by Howard Ashman
THE LETTER R 'Rainbow High' from Evita (1978) Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics by Tim Rice
THE LETTER Q 'A Quiet Thing' from Flora and the Red Menace (1965) Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb
THE LETTER P 'Pulled' from The Addams Family (2010) Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
THE LETTER O 'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'' from Oklahoma! (1943) Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
THE LETTER N 'No One Else' from Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (2016) Music & Lyrics by Dave Malloy
*HALFWAY KLAXON* We've now made it halfway through alphabet - wahey! THE LETTER M 'My House' from Matilda (2011) Music & Lyrics by Tim Minchin
THE LETTER L 'The Life of Party' from The Wild Party (1997) Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
THE LETTER J 'Just You Wait' from My Fair Lady (1956) Music by Frederick Loewe, Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
THE LETTER K 'Kiss of the Spiderwoman' from Kiss of the Spiderwoman (1992) Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb
THE LETTER I 'If I Were a Bell' from Guys & Dolls (1950) Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
THE LETTER H 'He Plays the Violin' from 1776 (1969) Music and Lyrics by Sherman Edwards
Recorded at Moor Park Golf Club Bare feet due to an incident at the beginning of the gig, where my face and the stage were brought dramatically together at an alarming speed.
THE LETTER G 'Gimme Gimme' from Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002) Music by Jeanine Tesori, Lyrics by Dick Scanlan
THE LETTER F 'Far From the Home I Love' from 'Fiddler on the Roof' (1964) Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
A rather brief vlog of a very lovely week - lots of friends, family, food and festivity. Thank you to everyone I spent this rather wonderful time of year with, it was a pleasure to see you all! Music: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow - Dean Martin Seaside Rendezvous - Queen Kid Kannibal - DOLLS
So on 22nd December 2016, a very very good friend of ours got hitched in Perth, Australia. We were unfortunately unable to attend, but Lawrence and I wanted to put together a little something for the gorgeous newlyweds. Here's to the most beautiful, intelligent, accomplished, talented (I could go on) couple we know. Congrats Gen & John #holtsgethitched
Dedicated to Scania and Crispin The other day my sister gave the idea of doing this as a cover, and absolutely loved it, so here is a very quickly put-together rendition of 'The Power of Love', originally by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, with this specific arrangement done by Gabrielle Aplin for a John Lewis advert a few years ago. You know, the one with the Snowman? This is a really beautiful song, and although not traditionally Christmassy, it has a really wonderful message for this time of year. Yet again, it does also feature my basic piano skills. Merry Christmas everyone x
A lovely #singmas duet....with myself. Please forgive the dodgy video, it is the result of several unsuccessful hours trying to get Movie Maker to do splitscreen. Must buy better software in the New Year.... Anyway, I love this song - 'Silver Bells' (1950) By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
A little something I put together to wish my Dad a very happy birthday... This song has been the soundtrack to every family car journey for years, and I can't listen to it without whacking the sound up and singing along karaoke-style. It always reminds me of my Dad and growing up in and around boats, so I've had a wonderful time putting it together. This is also the first time you all get a glimpse of my piano-playing. Do forgive me.
#SINGMAS No.3 (Everybody's Waitin' for) The Man with the Bag (1950) Written by Irving Taylor, Dudley Brooks and Hal Stanley
Here is the second installment of #singmas 'O Holy Night' Music by Adolphe Adam Text by Placide Cappeau This song was composed in 1847 (!!!!) I bet when they composed it they didn't imagine that one day all the divas in the world would be sassafrassing all over it.
Some people have #vlogmas, for others its #singmas. Now, I'm not going to be posting EVERY DAY because that is far too much of a strain on the ol' vocal chords, and far too much time spent editing etc. And I have bills to pay. But, I will be posting a festive tune as often as I can throughout the month of December... First up, we have the absolute classic, 'Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas', first sung by Judy Garland in the MGM musical, 'Meet Me in St Louis'. Music by Hugh Martin Lyrics by Ralph Blane
THE LETTER E 'Everybody Loves Louis' from 'Sunday in the Park with George' (1984) Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by James Lapine
'She Used to be Mine' from Waitress (2015) Music & Lyrics by Sara Bareilles
THE LETTER D 'Defying Gravity' from 'Wicked' (2003) Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz Note: This is far from perfect, but what would any compilation of musical theatre be without it?
A lovable dog. A trampoline. A collection of wildlife. What's not to love about the John Lewis Christmas ad this year? I, for one, am a massive massive fan - and I absolutely loved the song choice, so I thought I'd have a go...
Amour Paris, 1950 – a shy, unassuming civil servant, Dusoleil, lives alone and works diligently in a dreary office. To pass the time, he writes letters to his mother and daydreams about the beautiful Isabelle, who is kept locked away by her controlling husband. When Dusoleil miraculously gains the ability to walk through walls, he not only begins ...
Despite five star reviews the UK professional premiere production of legendary composer Michel Legrand’s musical comedy Amour will end its run early, on 8 June 2019, having played 45 performances. There’s only two more weeks to see this “genuinely enchanting” and “utterly gorgeous” production so there’s no time to waste in booking your tickets.
How does Michel Legrand's score inspire the cast of AMOUR? The five-time Tony Award-nominated musical receives its UK professional premiere in this production, which is also the first staging since Legrand's death in January. Terri Paddock talked to the company as well as producer Danielle Tarento and director Hannah Chissick...
"C'est magnifique!" says The Stage and, across the board, critics are professing j'adore AMOUR. We've rounded up a few of the four- and five-star reviews as well as the latest show trailer. Are you ready to fall in love? Time to get booking!
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O’Bree attending the West End opening of AMOUR at the Charing Cross Theatre. Perry was there taking in the intimate atmosphere of Michel Legrand’s musical fantasy and of course fitting in some post-show chats with cast members Anna O’Byrne, Elissa Churchill and Claire Machin. It was a ‘chocolate box of delightful joy’ and Perry seems to have loved every bite!
Oscar-winning French musical composer, conductor and pianist Michel Legrand passed away in January. Join Faves founder Terri Paddock on Monday 13 May 2019 at the posthumous UK premiere of his five-time Tony-nominated 2002 musical AMOUR to discuss Legrand, his legacy and the show with director and cast...