WICKED alumni EDEN ESPINOSA to play concert at LONDON HIPPODROME
March 2, 2017  //  By:   //  News  //  Comments are off

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Wicked alumni and Broadway star Eden Espinosa to play a special concert at the London Hippodrome

Club 11 London and the Hippodrome Casino are thrilled to announce a late night special concert with Wicked alumni and Broadways Eden Espinosa on 15th March 2017, 11pm, at The Hippodrome Casino.

Get an up close and intimate experience like no other in London. Club 11 London continues to bring the best and most wanted artists and talents of Broadway to the award winning 180 seat Hippodrome Concert and Cabaret Theatre.

Eden Espinosa was born and raised in Southern California. She is most recognized for her portrayal of Elphaba in the Broadway production of “Wicked.” She has also performed the role of the green witch in both Los Angeles and San Francisco to critical acclaim.

Other musical theatre accomplishments include originating the title character in “Brooklyn the Musical” from the original workshop through its Broadway run, starring as Flora in the Reprise Theatre Company’s production of “Flora the Red Menace,” and playing Maureen in the closing company of “Rent,” the final performance of which was filmed live for Sony. She recently played Eva Peron to critical acclaim in Studio Tenn and TPACs production of “Evita.”

Known for her powerful and emotionally charged vocal style, she was the featured soloist in “Magical,” the fireworks spectacular at the Disneyland Resort. She can also be heard on her award winning debut album “Look Around” available at all online retailers. Eden is working on her sophomore album due to be released in late 2017.

Most recently, Eden has been hard at work on the soon to be released “Tangled: The Series,” based on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ acclaimed feature film. Eden voices Cassandra, Rapunzel’s daring handmaiden and confidante.

Ticket available from www.hippodromecasino.com/events/eden-espinosa

*Note, venue only allows in over 18s, if you look younger than 25 be advised to take ID.

Photo: Christopher Boudewyns