We're kicking off the week with a bonus episode of The West End Frame Show! Christina Bianco & Jodie Steele join us to discuss their latest projects.
Christina Bianco is preparing to play LV in a brand new touring production of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. From Judy Garland to Shirley Bassey, Marilyn Monroe to Billie Holliday, in the show Christina vividly brings to life performances from the great chanteuses in Jim Cartwright’s tender and life-affirming play.
Renowned for her musical impressions, Christina tours the world with her acclaimed one woman shows and is well known for her viral videos. She made her West End debut in Forbidden Broadway (Vaudeville) and starred as Fanny Brice in Stephen Mears’ acclaimed production of Funny Girl in Paris.
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice opens 23rd March at MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton before touring nationally until 16th July 2022. For more information please visit www.littlevoiceuk.com.
Jodie Steele is starring in the world premiere of the musical adaptation of But I’m A Cheerleader at the Turbine Theatre, where it was formerly presented as part of MT Fest in 2019.
Jodie's theatre credits include: Standby Elphaba in Wicked (international tour), Katherine Howard in Six (UK & Ireland tour) and Carmen in Fame (UK tour). She is renowned for creating the role of Heather Chandler in the UK premiere of Heathers, a role she reprised last year when the show returned to the West End.
But I’m A Cheerleader runs at the Turbine Theatre until 16th April 2022. Visit www.theturbinetheatre.com for info and tickets.
Hosted by Andrew Tomlins.
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