Tag Archives | Eliza Doolittle

Interview – Frances Ruffelle invites you to a Wild Party at The Other Palace

FRANCES RUFFELLE has one of the most idiosyncratic voices of any singer in the West End or Broadway. Hers is a husky, sultry sound, with an unmistakeable rawness and vulnerability that is sure to make her the perfect fit for the role of Queenie in composer-lyricist Michael John LaChiusa’s version of The Wild Party, which opens […]

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My Fair Lady – West End stars celebrate 60th anniversary

A host of West End Stars will gather at the iconic St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, the location of Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins’ memorable first encounter, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the original Broadway production of one of the greatest musicals ever written, My Fair Lady. Directed by Alastair Knights (Putting It Together at […]

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Interview – Frances Ruffelle brings her one-woman show Paris Original to the St James Studio

FRANCES RUFFELLE’s cabaret show Paris Original – running for three nights between 1–3 October at London’s St James Studio – is a celebration of French singers and songs, ranging from Françoise Hardy and Edith Piaf to Francis Lai and Claude-Michel Schönberg. The show, which premiered at the Crazy Coqs in October last year, represents something of a golden Gallic […]

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Frances Ruffelle – Paris Original – Crazy Coqs

Frances Ruffelle reprises her show Paris Original at the Crazy Coqs, London. Having created the role of Eponine in Les Miserables and recently re-created Edith Piaf at Leicester’s Curve, Frances Ruffelle is no stranger to the musical world of Paris and its street life. For Paris is the milieu where her cabaret act is set […]

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