Laura Michelle Kelly is an Oliver Award winning actress for her star-making performance as the title role in the London production of Disney’s Mary Poppins. Laura recently completed her run as Anna Leonowens in the national tour of The King and I. Prior to that she spent a year and a half run playing Sylvia Llewelyn Davies in the Broadway production of Finding Neverland, starring opposite Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer after originating the role at the American Repertory Theater (2015 Elliott Award Nominee).
30 JUNE 2019, 6.30PM
Tony Award-winner and five-time Tony Award nominee Laura Benanti, the highly celebrated stage and screen actress, makes her London debut performance in 2019 at Cadogan Hall, Sloane Square.
Benanti returned to Broadway this autumn as Eliza Doolittle in Lincoln Center’s acclaimed revival of “My Fair Lady.” Benanti was also recently seen onstage opposite Amy Schumer in Steve Martin's hit Broadway play, Meteor Shower.
On coming to London, Laura said “I truly could not be more excited to perform in London for the first time this summer; It’s been a bucket list item of mine for so long. And I’ve been practicing my English accent for months now, thanks to My Fair Lady, so I can’t wait to try it out on some real Brits! (Just kidding I promise not to do that.)”
10 NOVEMBER 2019, 2.30PM & 6.30PM
Broadway’s KELLI O’HARA returns to London in November 2019 after the smash hit run of The King and I at London’s Palladium to play her debut London solo concert engagement at Cadogan Hall.
Kelli O’Hara recently received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Actress In A Short Form Comedy or Drama Series for her portrayal of Katie Bonner in the hit web series “The Accidental Wolf”. On Broadway, Kelli’s portrayal of Anna Leonowens in the critically acclaimed revival of The King and I garnered her the 2015 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, along with Grammy, Drama League and Outer Critics nominations.
O’Hara reprised her Tony Winning role while making her West End debut this past summer for which The Times hailed her as “Broadway musical’s undisputed queen” adding “Kelli O’Hara does not just play Anna, she owns the part”.