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Pippa Winslow is an actress, singer and voice artist. Originally from the US, Pippa trained at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco (MFA in Acting) and at the University of California, Irvine (BA in Drama).
Her musical theatre credits include Strike Up The Band, 9 to 5, The Sound of Music, Sister Act, Cougar the Musical, Date 1 to 10, Hairspray, Just a Housewife, The Last Five Years, Follies, Phantom, The Secret Garden, Old Goat Song, A Tale of Two Cities, A Little Night Music, Legacy Falls, Company, Camelot, and The Phantom of the Opera. She has also sung at concerts Summer at the Musicals and Sunday at the Musicals.
Pippa Winslow showreel with clips from REBECCA, THE CROWN, YOU ME and the APOCALYPSE, DROPKICK, LEAVE TO REMAIN, and TRAVERSE.
Breaking the habit of touring the UK dressed as Nonnberg Nuns in The Sound of Music, this transatlantic Welsh/American double act comes to Crazy Coqs for one night only. Tammy Davies - the ginger one (backing artists including Elton John, Brian May and Kerry Ellis) - and Pippa Winslow - the blonde one (The Phantom of the Opera, 9 to 5, Hairspray) - delight and distract with songs from Wicked, We Will Rock You, and many more. In addition to some of musical theatre's best loved tunes, this hilarious dynamic duo have drawn inspiration from their stint in Blackpool to turn genders upside down and inside out in their varied and vivacious repertoire. Directed by Paul Branch (Sunday Show Tunes) and with Andrew Hopkins on piano.
Musical comedy duo Tammy Davies and Pippa Winslow bring their "comedic coup de theatre" to London 28 October. With Andrew Hopkins on piano and directed by Paul Branch of Sunday Show Tunes.
Pippa Winslow sings Orange Coloured Sky from YOU GIVE ME FEVER - the Phaedra Cabaret with James Shannon on guitar.
Last day shenanigans - the Nonnberg Nuns saying 'So Long, Farewell' as stagey as they can... Goodbyeeeeeeeeeeee
An evening of storytelling and jazz classics. Tragedy, with a twist... Presented by LynchPin Productions Theatre Company Written by Jack Lynch Musical arrangements and guitar - James Shannon 'Phaedra' and contributing writer - Pippa Winslow Recorded 26 May 2017 in the Back Room Theatre of the Star Inn in Guildford, United Kingdom
Clips from the new musical ALAN TURING - GUILTY OF LOVE produced by Oxford Music Theatre. Book and lyrics by Jane Bramwell, music by Michael Brand, directed by David Kettle with Jamie Sheasby (Alan Turing), Jamie Coles (Christopher Morcom/Evangelist), Caitlin Downie (Joan Clarke), Lawrence Stubbings (Lind Smith), Giuseppe Pellingra (Luigi), Allan Scott-Douglas (Captain Dennison), Jennie Jacobs (Mrs Morcom), Tom Murphy (Watcher 1) Pippa Winslow (Watcher 2), accompanied by Greg Arrowsmith (MD).
After performing together in the UK Tour of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, the hilarious dynamic duo - Tammy Davies and Pippa Winslow - double up for a cabaret of comedy and song.
Promo for comedy cabaret MAKE IT A DOUBLE appearing at The Hyst, Swansea on Wednesday 18 October 2017.
Pippa Winslow sings Send In The Clowns during the cabaret "Teardrops and Tiaras - a Celebration of the World's Greatest Divas" at the Phoenix Artist Club 25 April 2016 with Peter Roberts on piano.
Pippa Winslow sings 'Getting Married Today' in her cabaret JUST A HOUSEWIFE at the Mill Studio, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford on 7 June 2014. Joined by her Musical Director, Andrew Hopkins. Directed by Evan Ensign.
Pippa Winslow sings 'Everybody's Girl' in her cabaret JUST A HOUSEWIFE at the Mill Studio, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford on 7 June 2014. Accompanied by her Musical Director, Andrew Hopkins. Directed by Evan Ensign.
Pippa Winslow sings 'As If We Never Said Goodbye' in her cabaret JUST A HOUSEWIFE at the Mill Studio, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford on 7 June 2014. Accompanied by her Musical Director, Andrew Hopkins. Directed by Evan Ensign.
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Strike Up the Band In 1927, Horace J. Fletcher is a typical self-made American businessman. His cheese factory dominates the market, he influences the White House, and he’s secured his business future by agreeing to marry his daughter, Joan, to his factory manager. He does have one problem. Switzerland has the audacity to protest America’s heavy n...
9 to 5 The Musical This hilarious musical comedy is based on the hit 1980 movie of the same name and centres on 3 female office workers who turn the tables on their sexist boss. The show has music and lyrics by Dolly Parton and book by Patricia Resnick based on the screenplay by Patricia Resnick and Colin Higgins. Pushed to the boiling point, thr...
"Well worth waiting 90 years for": Mark Giesser exceedingly long-overdue UK premiere of the Gershwins' STRIKE UP THE BAND has been attracting some great reviews as well as two Offies nominations. "All who profess to love musical theatre would be insane to miss it." What else have critics said?
The Marx Brothers wrapped around a dark satire is what you'll get with little-known 1927 Broadway gem STRIKE UP THE BAND, says cast member Pippa Winslow. But which is her favourite Gershwin song? (Have you entered our competition yet?)
Who's who in the much-anticipated London debut of the Gershwins' and George S Kaufman's 1927 musical STRIKE UP THE BAND? Catch up on casting, sneak-peek rehearsal shots and our new competition for the show, running 6 to 31 March 2019 at Upstairs at the Gatehouse.
What a way to add some glamour to a Bank Holiday weekend. Summer at the Musicals brought the season to a near-close at the Phoenix Artists Club with 15 dazzling divas belting out songs from a diverse range of shows including Funny Girl, Avenue Q, Flower Drum Song, A Chorus Line and many more. #StageFaves, as media partner for the annual concert, was proud to be there with our photographer...
Following the success of Sunday at the Musicals, we at #StageFaves are delighted to once again team up with producer Paul Burton as digital media partner for his next London concert. SUMMER AT THE MUSICALS, held once again in aid of the Royal Variety Charity, takes place at the Phoenix Arts Club on Sunday 28 August 2016 at 5pm. And, in our latest line of events and first nights, #StageFaves will be there to cover it live! Will you?