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Louise Dearman’s It’s Time tour 2014

The West End star tours with hits from her third album.

Louise Dearman

UK Concerts are proud to present the hugely talented Louise Dearman, who is the first actress in the history of the worldwide production of hit musical Wicked to have starred as both Glinda & Elphaba, for her debut UK Tour ‘It’s Time’.

The UK tour starts on 13th February 2014 in The Octagon Theatre, Somerset and finishes on 11 April 2014 in Courtyard Theatre, Hereford.

Louise will be performing some of her favourite musical theatre songs, live with her band, along with a popular selection of modern and classic showstoppers.

Louise Dearman is a widely known British musical theatre actress, who has built up a lucrative catalogue of performances both on national tours, in the West End and, in 2005, released her first album ‘You And I’ which featured 12 tracks from well known musicals. In 2012 she released her second album, ‘Here Comes The Sun’. Her third album, ‘It’s Time’ is released on Monday 18th November on Silvascreen Records. The album ties in with Louise’s exit from Wicked on 16 November 2013.

Not only has Louise taken the West End stage by storm, she has also collaborated with Mark Evans to launch a new book, The Secrets Of Stage Success, a guide for those who want to follow in Louise and Mark’s footsteps and develop their own career as performers.

See the Louise Dearman website for more details, or follow her on Twitter @LouiseDearman

It’s Time tour dates:

February 13th The Octagon Theatre, Somerset / 01935 422884

February 16th Leeds City Varieties / 0113 2430808

Feb 28th Norwich Playhouse / 01603598598

March 4th The Capitol, Horsham / 01403 750220

March 14th The Gwyn Hall, Neath / 0300 3656677

March 17th Nuffield Theatre, Southampton /
023 8067 1771

March 18th The Stables, Milton Keynes / 01908280800

March 27th Harlow Playhouse / 01279 431945

March 29th Blakehay Theatre, Weston-super-Mare’s-on.aspx / 01934 645493

April 11th Courtyard Theatre, Hereford / 01432 340555


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