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Rachel John is a UK actor and musical theatre performer. Her credits include:
Theatre: Girl from the North Country (Gielgud), Hamilton (Victoria Palace), The Bodyguard (Dominion and tour); Memphis the Musical (Shaftesbury); Rent (UK tour); We Will Rock You (Dominion and UK tour); Godspell (Sir George Monoux College, London); Sister Act (London Palladium); The Legend of the Lion King (Disneyland, Paris) and The Lion King (Asian tour and Lyceum).
Other work: Bend It Like Beckham (Workshop - Sonia Friedman Productions); The Show Must Go On (Workshop) and the short film Running Scared.
THE OLIVIER AWARDS WITH MASTERCARD British theatre’s most sought-after awards have been a mark of theatrical greatness since they were inaugurated in 1976 as the Society of West End Theatre Awards. The society is now known as Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and its glittering awards are now the Olivier Awards in honour of a theatrical legend. Th...
Written and directed by Conor McPherson, with music and lyrics by Bob Dylan, Girl From The North Country won two Olivier Awards when it was last in the West End and was an all-round critical hit. Now the show is heading back to the West End, running at the Gielgud Theatre from 10 December 2019 to 1 February 2020, before transferring to Broadway.
Following the sell-out success of their debut production, There’s Nothin’ Like a Dame, Lambert Jackson has announced West End Women – A Celebration of Women in Musicals. Rachel John, Lauren Samuels and Celinde Schoenmaker come together for one night only to perform some of the most famous musical theatre hits from across the decades at Cadogan Hall on 2 February. It’s a trio of talent you won’t want to miss…
If there were ever any doubts that UK audiences wouldn’t embrace Lin-Manuel Miranda’s groundbreaking, award-winning musical HAMILTON they are quickly disappearing as another new booking period for the London production goes on sale on 4 June 2018 and the run extends to 30 March 2019.
Hamilton’s a scrappy young immigrant, who defies all expectations to become one of America’s most important political figures. However, we probably didn’t take in every single historical reference the show has to offer. Here are 5 Hamilton one-liners with a secret meaning.
The West End production of Hamilton may not have swept the board at the Olivier Awards 2018, but the show still dominated with a haul of seven. And of course the cast opened the ceremony – in style...