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Julie Atherton is one of the West End's most versatile entertainers, with a distinctive voice and unmatched comic timing.
The Preston-born star is well known as a supporter of new writing in musical theatre. She has starred in The Grinning Man, Avenue Q and Sister Act both in the West End and on tour, and other musicals including Pure Imagination, Therese Raquin, Ordinary Days, Tomorrow Morning, The Last Five Years, tick tick BOOM..., Once Upon A Time At The Adelphi, Just So, Fame, Mamma Mia and Let Him Have Justice. She is also a director, with credits including Club Mex (Hope Mill Theatre) and Bare: A Pop Opera (The Vaults).
In the second of our two-part interview, Bare: A Pop Opera star Darragh Cowley shares his Shakespeare ambitions and dishes the dirt on co-star and drama school peer Lizzie Emery as well as director Julie Atherton.
Broadway star and American X-Factor finalist Stacy Francis plays a Catholic school nun in Julie Atherton's revival of coming-of-age and coming-out hit Bare: A Pop Opera at The Vaults this summer. Which other StageFaves are joining her in class...?
Actor-turned-director Julie Atherton helms a new production of coming-of-age and coming-out hit Bare: A Pop Opera, coming to The Vaults this summer and marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Casting has yet to be announced...
"Funny, innovative and full of laughs!" The world premiere of Tamar Broadbent and John-Victor's immersive nightclub musical CLUB MEX has been winning four-star reviews. What else have critics and audiences been saying? We've rounded up selected review highlights...
New immersive nightclub musical CLUB MEX has just started performances at Manchester's Hope Mill Theatre, where it's booking until 10 February. Manchester-based contributor Glenn Meads rounds up his top five reasons you should be making a beeline to the dancefloor for this world premiere. Plus, have you seen the heart-thumping trailer yet? Watch here.