Louise Dearman & World Hunger Day 2011
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Louise Dearman is a British musical theatre performer, currently playing the role of Glinda in the West End production of Wicked alongside Rachel Tucker as Elphaba. She has a number of other professional stage and television credits, such as Eva Perón in Evita, and released her debut solo album ‘You And I’ in 2005.
Additionally Louise, who trained at the Laine Theatre Arts has starred as Grizabella in Cats (Cyprus); Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (National tour); Mimi in Guys and Dolls ( Victoria Palace Theatre); Lucy Harris in Jekyll and Hyde (National tour); Narrator in Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (National tour); Jan in Grease (National tour and Victoria Palace Theatre); Debbie in Debbie does Dallas (Edinburgh festival); Kiss Me Kate (Victoria Palace Theatre); Make Me A Song (New Players Theatre); So Jestend (New Players Theatre) and Cinderella (Wimbledon, Milton Keynes and Stoke on Trent).
Her other work includes: Soloist with Michael Ball in Concert (UK Arena tour); Tonight’s The Night (BBC for John Barrowman); Host of Stars in Their Eyes (Royal Albert Hall and Sadlers Wells Theatre; Brick by Brick by Bricusse (workshop directed by Gillian Lynne) and Belle in Only The Brave (workshop).
She has appeared on television in the current Confused.com Commercial as ‘Cara’ a KFC commercial, The Cherries (Pilot for Carlton TV) and TV Presenter of ‘Creative Pastimes’, “Where can I get one of those?!” ‘Kitchen Secrets’, ‘Pets Paradise’ and ‘Beautiful You’ for Meliora Media.
Louise has recorded on: Michael Ball ‘Past and Present’ (Royal Albert Hall, DVD),’ Christmas in New York’ (Notes from New York Christmas album).
Louise Dearman & World Hunger Day
Louise performed with Rachel Tucker for the very World Hunger Day at a Gala Concert in aid of The Hunger Project. The evening, entitled ‘Dionne Warwick & Friends’ featured stars from Opera, Musical Theatre and Popular Music and the incredible Orchestra of The Southbank Sinfonia. The evening was led by the legendary Dionne Warwick and will also include The First Lady of Musical Theatre, Elaine Paige.
Find out more about World Hunger Day and how you can Get Involved
Watch the World Hunger Day launch video on YouTube, featuring Tim Holder, Dionne Warwick & Åsa Skogström Feldt