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Louise Dearman

Louise Dearman

British musical theatre actress Louise Dearman is widely known through her many performances in London’s West End, UK National Tours and the UK and international concert arena.

Theatre credits include: Jan in Grease (Victoria Palace Theatre and UK Tour), Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (UK Tour), Mimi in Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre), Debbie in Debbie Does Dallas (Edinburgh Festival), Grizabella in Cats (Cyprus), Eva Peron in Evita (UK Tour), The Woman in Tell Me On A Sunday (International), Soloist in Judy (UK Tour), Mrs. D in the world premiere of The Waterbabies (Leicester Curve), Glinda in Wicked (Apollo Victoria) and Elphaba in Wicked (Apollo Victoria). She was the first and only actress to have played both leading roles in the hit musical Wicked! In concert she has performed at the BBC Proms, and alongside the Halle, John Wilson, Bournemouth Symphony, London Concert, Royal Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic, and ORF Radio Symphony orchestras. She also produces an annual charity concert at the Grove Theatre, Dunstable.

Louise Dearman has sung the National Anthem at the Capital One Cup Final (Wembley Arena), the Olivier Awards (Piazza Covent Garden) and West End Live (Trafalgar Square). Her first solo album You And I was released in 2005 and was followed by Here Comes the Sun (Big Hand Recordings - 2012), It’s Time (Silva Screen - 2013), Bond and Beyond (EP -2014) and recordings with composer Richard Kagan.