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Sabrina Aloueche trained at Sylvia Young Theatre School,
Sabrina’s television career began as a child. By her teens she had appeared on shows such as Billy Elliot, 999 Reconstruction, Casualty, The Bill and Grange Hill.
Aloueche’s training and personal vocation took her further away from television as she began to delve deeper into theatre. Aloueche has played two characters in two London productions of Les Misérables, firstly Young Cosette at the Palace Theatre and then, and to critical acclaim and fan response, she played the part of Eponine at the Queen’s Theatre where she was also cast to play the same part in the 21st anniversary show that was recorded for a BBC radio broadcast.
In 2008, Aloueche began her run as Scaramouche in Ben Elton and Brian May’s We Will Rock You. This is a role that she is best known for playing.
She created the role of 'Jenna' in Sleeping Arrangements at The Landor, which she also voiced the role for the soundtrack.
Adding to her list of favourite roles was the role of Maureen in 'RENT' at the Cockpit Theatre. Which "The Stage" newspaper quoted her as "star quality and a vocal range that is second to none.."
She has since recorded seven separate albums all available on itunes:
Tim Prottey Jones "More With Every Line"
Alexander Bermange- Songs from the Musicals
Laura Tisdall "The Inbetween" concept musical.
Lauren Varnham- ALWAYS
Simon bailey- Falling Slowly
Sleeping Arrangements- Jenna
A Very Merry Xmas- Parallel Productions
Sabrina is both a qualified scuba instructor and a free diver.
She is currently workshopping a new Musical movie, called Diva and has also leant her voice to many of the animated characters in the computer game/app Candy Crush.
Sabrina starred as 'Pippi' in The Great American Trailer Park Musical' a British premiere in May 2016 at the Waterloo East theatre, appeared at the Summer in the Musicals concert at the Phoenix Arts Club in August 2016, in Chess at the ENO, Brooklyn at the Greenwich Theatre and CASES at The Other Palace.
Following sell-out performances at the Phoenix Arts Club, Dominic Powell's musical CASES is getting an extended runs at The Other Palace, with a cast including Maiya Quansah-Breed, Sabrina Aloueche, Andrew Patrick-Walker and Adrian Hansel. Book your tickets now!
It’s a newly-reimagined venue in the heart of Soho and its first show is going to be a musical. The Boulevard Theatre opens its doors to the public for the first time in October 2019 with the London premiere of Tony Award-nominated Dave Malloy’s celebrated song cycle Ghost Quartet. What’s not to like?
On 12 May 2019 at London’s Eventim Apollo there will be two concerts of The Best of… Rock Musicals for the benefit of The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust and there are plenty of West End and international stars lining up to take part. They include Adam Pascal, Kerry Ellis, Judy Kuhn, Debbie Kurup, Rob Houchen, and that’s just a few. Are you trying out your air guitar in readiness?
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O’Bree at the West End premiere of CHESS, starring Michael Ball, Alexandra Burke, Cedric Neal, Tim Howar, Cassidy Janson and Philip Browne at the London Coliseum (on 1 May 2018). Did Perry thank Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice for the music at the after party?
Full cast details have been revealed for the star-studded London revival of Chess, the first West End production of Chess since 1986 – plus there’s a new rehearsal photo featuring the cast and creative team…