Julie Madly Deeply

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  • Written and performed by Sarah-Louise Young
    Musical direction from Michael Roulston
    Directed by Russell Lucas

    The Hills Are Alive with the sound of ‘Julie’ with the return of this critically acclaimed Off Broadway and West End hit.

    ‘Even your critic found herself, unprecedentedly, singing along. My cheeks hurt with smiling.’ **** Daily Telegraph

    Adored by millions, Dame Julie Andrews is a genuine showbiz icon. This charming yet cheeky cabaret takes an engaging look at fame and fandom, through the eyes and voice of award-winning performer Sarah-Louise Young (Fascinating Aida, An Evening Without Kate Bush, La Soirée, Showstopper! The Improvised Musical).

    Julie’s songs from musicals including Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music and My Fair Lady are intertwined with stories and anecdotes about Andrews’ own life, from her beginnings as a child star to the more recent challenges of losing her famous singing voice. What emerges is a delightfully funny and candid love letter to a true show business survivor.

    ‘A witty, affectionate tribute.’ **** Evening Standard

    Sarah-Louise is joined at the piano by long-term collaborator, Michael Roulston. Together they have appeared previously at the Crazy Coqs in their sell-out shows, Songs For Cynics, Songs For Lovers (And Other Idiots), Je Regrette! and Two Faced.

    ‘Dame Julie, you suspect, would approve. This is an evening that ends in triumph, not in tears.’ **** The Times

    By arrangement with One Eyed Man Productions.

    Photo Credit: Gabrielle Motola

  • A tour de force, as plucky and polished as La Andrews herself.
    Time Out
    Dame Julie, you suspect, would approve. This is an evening that ends in triumph, not in tears.
    The Times
    The hills are alive with the sound of singalongs and gags in this witty, affectionate tribute.
    Evening Standard
    Perfect not just for Julie Andrews nuts but also as a Christmas seltzer for musical theatre fans.
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