Here is some of our great customised merchandise for this performer. Also check out:
- our general #StageFaves merchandise in the Main Shop
Do you think Katie should be a household name? Tell the world. Share this #StageFaves message and you'll be entered into our prize draw to win this "My #StageFave" t-shirt with Katie's name on it!
Prior to Wicked, Katie Rowley Jones' credits included the following.
Training: Guildford School of Acting.
Theatre includes: ‘Sister Mary Robert’ in Sister Act (London Palladium, original cast); ‘Nessarose’ in Wicked (Apollo Victoria, original cast); ‘Belle’ in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (UK tour); ‘Ann’ in Raindogs (Trafalgar Studios); ‘Sandy’ in Grease (Larnarca Amphitheatre); ‘Janet’ in The Rocky Horror Show (Queen’s and UK tour); ‘Swallow’ inWhistle Down the Wind (original UK tour); the title roles in Cinderella (Cambridge Arts Theatre), Snow White (Gordon Craig) and Sleeping Beauty (Northcott).
Workshops include: ‘Shazza’ in Bridget Jones the Musical; ‘Althea’ in The Light Princess(National Theatre); ‘Maggie’ in Lend Me A Tenor and ‘Annette’ in Marguerite.
Other work includes: soloist in Night of 1000 Voices 2010, 2012 and 2013 (Royal Albert Hall).
(Source: Wicked show website.)
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Yesterday was the #LondonMarathon2017 and loads of #StageFaves turned out to run the gruelling 26 mile race. Those who were feeling a little less fit took to Twitter to cheer their friends on. Check out our top tweets from the occasion! Have you donated to any of their charitable causes yet?
We've rounded up our favourite fan tweets from last night's incredible #Wicked10 gala, marking the tenth anniversary of WICKED at the West End's Apollo. We think these ten tweets really capture this milestone event from the audience perspective...
Can you believe it? Tonight (Tuesday 27 September 2016), WICKED marks ten thrillifying years in the West End! The team behind the show have been painting the town green this week, and we're feeling pretty green with envy that we aren't lucky enough to be in tonight's swankified audience to wildly applaud this achievement. But in the spirit of #Wicked10, we are delighted to share these 10 milestone facts about the show with you. Do be sure to check out WICKED's #StageFaves page too. For tonight's gala, in addition to the show's official Twitter feed, we're pulling in all of your fan tweets on the #Wicked10 hashtag for posterity - and later this week, we'll be awarding #StageFaves prizes to our Top 10 #Wicked10 fan tweets!
#Wicked10 was an extraordinary West End occasion. This British cast should be recorded for posterity. Who agrees? Dries Janssens, from our friends at the Musical Theatre Appreciation Society, explains why...