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An Intimate Evening with Ruthie Henshall

With special guest: Kerry Ellis


Paul Schofield
piano/music director
Lewis Andrews
Steve Maclachlan

Ruthie Henshall and her band take you on a musical journey through her extraordinary career, from working with Lionel Bart, playing in Chicago on Broadway and starring in Les Misérables, to receiving her Olivier Award. This new and personal show is your chance to hear Ruthie’s story in her own words as well as some of the defining songs of her life, onstage and off.

The evening draws from a broad range of genres, from the Great American Songbook right through to contemporary tunes significant to Ruthie now: Don’t Rain On My Parade, I Dreamed A Dream, All That Jazz, Electricity, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Adelaide’s Lament, I’ve Loved These Days, Vincent (Starry Starry Night) – and many more of her favourites.

Featuring Ruthie’s own musicians – Paul Schofield (piano / Music Director), Lewis Andrews (bass / guitar) and Steve Maclachlan (drums).

Part of From West End to Broadway!

The performance should finish between 9.30 and 10pm. There will be an interval.

Part of From West End to Broadway!

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