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Kristin Chenoweth

Kristin Chenoweth

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The award winning Broadway star of Wicked and TV’s The West Wing, Pushing Daisies and GLEE, returns to the UK in her debut UK concert tour. Read More >

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For the first time in over a decade, Kristin Chenoweth, the Emmy and Tony Award winning Broadway star of Wicked and TV’s The West Wing, Pushing Daisies and GLEE, returns to the UK in her debut UK concert tour.

The show includes material from the worlds of opera, pop and musical theatre, songs from her celebrated albums, and music from the shows that have made Kristin one of the most revered musical theatre actresses of her generation.

Best known for originating the role of Glinda in the original cast of the smash hit musical Wicked, Kristin is one of Broadway’s most celebrated stars, and has garnered a multitude of theatrical achievements, including her Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award winning performance as Sally in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Eve in The Apple Tree and, most recently, Fran Kubelik in Promises, Promises. As a result, Kristin has become one of Broadway’s most sought after actresses. One of her most unique accolades is having been invited to sing for President Obama, Her Majesty The Queen and Oprah Winfrey.

Kristin has also carved out an impressive TV career, including recurring roles as Annabeth Schott in The West Wing, her Emmy Award winning performance as Olive Snook in Pushing Daisies, and her Emmy nominated performance as April Rhodes in GLEE. The star has also racked up a number of high profile films alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest names, and a huge cult following for a recent US TV series called GCB.



Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 11/03/2013

Closing Night: 11/03/2013

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