Extra dates added to Carrie Hope Fletcher’s debut solo tour

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Extra dates have been added to award-winning stage sensation Carrie Hope Fletcher’s debut solo tour as a consequence of phenomenal demand.

Carrie Hope Fletcher – An Open Ebook will see the musical theatre star, creator and vlogger play a sequence of unmissable theatre exhibits in Might and June 2023, with new exhibits added in Oxford, Liverpool, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Southend, Tub and Glasgow.

Performing songs from her unimaginable West Finish and touring profession, followers can look ahead to hits from Heathers, Les Misérables, The Addams Household and plenty of extra, interspersed with chat about Carrie’s fascinating life and profession.

Carrie Hope Fletcher – An Open Ebook 2023

18-Might Bradford, St George’s Corridor

19-Might Oxford, New Theatre

21-Might Southampton, Mayflower Theatre

22-Might Norwich, Theatre Royal

25-Might London, The London Palladium

27-Might Llandudno, Venue Cymru

28-Might Salford, The Lowry

29-Might Birmingham, Symphony Corridor

21-Might Sheffield, Metropolis Corridor

01-June Liverpool, Empire Theatre

02-June Nottingham, Royal Live performance Corridor

03-June Newcastle, O2 Metropolis Corridor

04-June Edinburgh, Competition Theatre

06-June Leicester, De Montfort Corridor

07-June Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Theatre

09-June Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

10-June Tub, The Discussion board

11-June Glasgow, Theatre Royal

Earlier this yr, Carrie was named finest performer in a feminine figuring out position in a musical because the title position in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella. Most just lately, she has wowed critics in a brand new revival of Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle and is now making ready for her pantomime debut because the villain Carabosse in Sleeping Magnificence at The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury.

Carrie, who has a powerful three WhatsOnStage Awards to her title, has loved a breath-taking profession since her West Finish debut on the age of 9 taking part in Younger Éponine in Les Misérables.

Since then, Carrie’s theatre credit embrace Fantine in Les Misérables: The Live performance, Veronica in Heathers, Wednesday in The Addams Household, Éponine in Les Misérables, each Actually Delicious and Jemima in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Beth in Jeff Wayne’s Battle of the Worlds and Jane Banks in Mary Poppins.

When she’s not treading the boards of the West Finish’s largest levels, Carrie can be a best-selling novelist, High 20 recording artist and revered vlogger along with her fashionable self-titled music and vlog channel attracting greater than 1,000,000 views a month.

For extra details about Carrie Hope Fletcher – An Open Ebook and to safe tickets head to www.cuffeandtaylor.com


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