One of the breakout stars of the smash-hit Bob Dylan musical Girl From The North Country, Olivier Award nominee Sheila Atim has truly made the West End stage her own. But how has she done so backstage at the Noël Coward Theatre?
Well, surprisingly, not with the usual cards or decorations – but instead, a coyly placed signature. Take a look at her dressing room tour below, which aired as part of our Road To The Oliviers broadcast.
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Conor McPherson’s critically acclaimed musical of hope, heartbreak and soul, incorporating classic songs from the catalogue of Bob Dylan, Girl From The North Country is coming to the end of a second critically acclaimed West End run.
Olivier Award-winning playwright McPherson, whose previous plays have included the likes of The Weir (Royal Court, West End and Broadway) and Shining City (Royal Court and Broadway, nominated for two Tony Awards), beautifully weaves the iconic songbook of Dylan into this terrific show.
Find out more about Girl From The North Country here.