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Thank you Terri and Mark for inviting me to be part of this great enterprise. My work includes cabaret, theatre, song-writing, improvising, directing, coaching and the finding of ghosts. You can find out more about these projects via my website or by following @juliemdeeply @ghostbolloks and @theshowstoppers
Sarah-Louise Young has toured her critically acclaimed character comedy Cabaret Whore shows around the world and performs regularly with her writing partner, Michael Roulston as Roulston & Young. Theatre credits include Summer Street, YANK!, her sell-out Julie Andrews show, Julie Madly Deeply and Fascinating Aida as well as Showstopper, the improvised musical, with whom she has worked for the past six years. Directing and writing credits include Lynn Ruth Miller: Not Dead Yet and Ria Jones and Ceri Dupree in Miss-Leading Ladies. www.sarah-louise-young.com
Bringing sun, songs and 90s nostalgia, Summer Street – The Hilarious Aussie Soap Opera Musical! is heading to the Brighton Fringe before transferring to Waterloo East Theatre this May. As four Aussie soap stars try to resurrect their careers, there are hilarious and unexpected consequences – and, of course, plenty of songs to tap your foot to.
There really is no stopping The Showstoppers. The Olivier Award-winning improv masters will celebrate 1000 performances in the new year by moving into The Other Palace for eight weeks of premiering a new musical every single night (and twice on Fridays and Saturdays)... while also continuing their monthly Monday forays on Shaftesbury Avenue.
A gay love story set in the military during WWII? YANK! We salute you! To celebrate this awesome musical transferring to the Charing Cross Theatre this July, we've got an official trailer to whet your appetite. We're sure you'll all be quick-marching right over to the box office...
Calling all patriots, full casting has been announced for YANK! which transfers to the Charing Cross Theatre in the summer for a seven week season after the UK spring première at the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester received such a great response from audiences and critics alike. The cast of the original production are joined by three new performers for the London run and we can't wait! Bring on July...
The self-styled 'drag action musical' HEELS OF GLORY, written by cabaret legend Tricity Vogue and inspired by vintage James Bond movies, headlines this year’s London Pride Festival, with a three-week run at Chelsea Theatre in June.