This performance has been rescheduled to Sunday 11 October, 2020.
Existing tickets for the original 31 May performance will remain valid for this rescheduled performance date. We will not be reissuing tickets with the new performance date on them to bookers of the original date. Instead, your original tickets will remain valid unless you decide to return them. Please retain your tickets for use on the new performance date.
If you do not have your tickets, please rest assured we have a record of your booking on our box office system. If you have any questions, please call our box office on 020 7730 4500.
If you are unable to make the new date, please contact your original point of sale and a member of the team will assist you.
With full support from Louise Dearman, we are doing our utmost to support the national effort in reducing the spread of coronavirus and the health and well-being of all our visitors, staff members and visiting performers is our number one priority. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you back, very soon.
Join Louise Dearman and her live band for a night of music from the West End musical theatre star who is best known for playing the roles of Glinda and Elphaba in the West End production of Wicked. Louise is the only actress to have played both starring roles in any production of Wicked full time.
Some of Louise’s other theatre roles include Eva Perón in Evita, Sarah Brown and Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls (UK tour), Daisy Hilton in the UK premiere of Sideshow (Southwark Playhouse), Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour), Jan in Grease (Victoria Palace Theatre and UK Tour), Mimi in Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre), Debbie in Debbie Does Dallas (Edinburgh Festival), Soloist in Judy (UK Tour) and Mrs D in the world premiere of Water Babies (Leicester Curve).
Louise is a regular performer for the BBC Proms having played Lois Lane in Kiss Me Kate, Hildy in On The Town and as a soloist in Gershwin in Hollywood, Cole Porter in Hollywood and The Warner Brothers Story, all with the John Wilson Orchestra. Last year, Louise was invited to open The Festival of Remembrance in the presence of The Royal Family which was broadcast live on BBC One.
Louise’s first solo album, You And I, was released in 2005 and was followed by Here Comes the Sun (Big Hand Recordings, 2012), It’s Time (Silva Screen, 2013), Bond and Beyond (EP, 2014) and For You, For Me (Big Hand Recordings, 2018) as well as recordings with composer Richard Kagan, Marti Pellow, Kimberley Walsh, Scott Alan, Shayne Ward, and Steve Balsamo.
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