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Lambert Jackson announce debut production: There’s Nothin’ Like a Dame

There’s Nothin’ Like a DameLambert Jackson presents its debut show There’s Nothin’ Like a Dame – 100 Years of Women in Musical Theatre a one-night celebration of women in musical theatre. Louise Dearman, Ria Jones, Alexia Khadime and Rachel Tucker come together to perform songs from some of the most famous female roles over the past century.

This super group of amazing leading ladies will perform for one night at the stunning Cadogan Hall in London to celebrate 100 years of female characters in musical theatre. From classics like Rogers and Hammerstein to modern smash hits, from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Schwartz, this show has something for everyone, and is a unique opportunity to see these four incredible performers in concert together in a beautiful, historic London venue.

Jamie Lambert, CEO of Lambert Jackson, “We feel like this is the year of the woman and so it seems the perfect moment for There’s Nothin’ Like a Dame, which will be a glorious celebration of women in musicals over the past 100 years. This is our debut production and we can’t wait to show fans of musical theatre what more we have planned. Coming from a performance background, we are determined to be a company who are fair, who look after their performers and who put on fantastic, creative and beautiful shows.”

Louise Dearman’s theatre credits include Grease (Victoria Palace Theatre/UK tour), Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre/UK tour), Debbie Does Dallas (Edinburgh Festival Fringe), Tell Me On A Sunday (international tour), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Evita, Judy (UK tour), The Waterbabies (Curve), Wicked (Apollo Victoria) and Sideshow (Southwark Playhouse). She has also performed as a soloist in concerts across the UK in venues including Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall. Dearman has released four solo albums, You and I, Here Comes the Sun, It’s Time and Bond and Beyond.

Ria Jones’ theatre credits include (UK tour), Evita (Opera House, Manchester), Chess (Prince Edward Theatre), Cats (New London Theatre), Les Miserables (UK tour/Queen’s Theatre), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Apollo Hammersmith/UK tour), Nine (Donmar Warehouse), Personals (New End Theatre, Hampstead), A Little Night Music (Leicester Haymarket), Romance Romance, Victor Victoria (Bridewell Theatre), High Society (UK tour/Shaftesbury Theatre), 42nd Street (Curve), Acorn Antiques, Sunset Boulevard, The Witches of Eastwick and Anything Goes (UK tour) for which she was nominated for a UK Theatre Award for best performance in a musical.

Alexia Khadime‘s theatre credits include The Lion King (Lyceum Theatre), Wicked (Apollo Victoria), Les Miserables (Queen’s Theatre) and The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre – for which she won the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical as well as a BroadwayWorld Award and the West End Wilma Award for Best Supporting Role in a Musical). Her credits for film include, Les Miserables.

Rachel Tucker’s theatre credits include Two (Bridge House Theatre), The Last Ship (Neil Simon Theatre, New York/Bank of America Theatre, Chicago), Communicating Doors (Menier Chocolate Factory), Farragut North (Southwark Playhouse), We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre) and Wicked (Gershwin Theatre/Apollo Victoria – for which she was awarded the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Takeover in a Role). Tucker has also released three solo albums, The Reason, Kingdoms and On the Road.

There’s Nothin’ Like a Dame – 100 Years of Women in Musical Theatre
Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ
Box Office: 020 7730 4500
Thursday 30 August, 7.30pm
www.cadoganhall.com

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