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Natasha J Barnes is a British actress whose musical theatre credits include Wasted (Southwark Playhouse), Cinderella (Palladium), Funny Girl (Menier Chocolate Factory and Savoy Theatre), American Idiot (Arts Theatre), Chess (Union Theatre), Snow White (Old Vic) and Spring Awakening (Lyric Hammersmith and Novello Theatre).
Mack and Mabel Jerry Herman's hit show receives the LMTO treatment. With songs including "I Won't Send Roses", "I Wanna Make The World Laugh" and "Tap Your Troubles Away", Mack and Mabel is a favourite across the world.
London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s concert performance of Howard Goodall’s Girlfriends, composed by Emmy Award-winner Howard Goodall, can be seen at London’s Bishopsgate Institute on 1 and 2 November 2018 – & if the casting is anything to by, it’s going to be quite a treat!
If 2018 is year of the woman (and it is!), then it all seems to be coming together now. This September, there are a host of fantastic musicals with women right in the centre of the action. Even more exciting, they all bring something totally new to the theatre scene, telling stories we rarely get to hear in commercial productions. Here are our Top 5 Feminist Picks opening over the next month...
On Emily Bronte's 200th birthday today (30 July 2018), casting - including Funny Girl star Natasha Barnes - is announced for WASTED, the new rock musical based on the life of the Bronte sisters and their brother Branwell, coming to Southwark Playhouse in September...
After taking the theatre world by storm in 2016 when she stepped into the role of Fanny Brice for the West End run of Funny Girl, Natasha Barnes' star has only continued to rise. And she looks set to have another spectacular year in 2018 as she releases her debut album Real and not only that, she's expecting her first child in the summer!
Live at Zedel's new 2018 winter/spring season includes the world premiere of Alexander S Bermange's new revue I Wish My Life Were Like a Musical (you can relate, right?!), a new residency for American composer Scott Alan plus a slew of #StageFaves in cabaret...