West End and Broadway sensation Marisha Wallace is delighted to announce an all-new UK tour for 2021.
The musical powerhouse Marisha Wallace – who has dazzled both the Royal Variety Performance and Strictly Come Dancing in recent days – is heading out on a six-date UK tour in 2021.
The announcement follows the release of Marisha’s stunning new album ‘Tomorrow’ – a collection of uplifting show songs and sing-along pop classics.
Marisha, the star of such smash-hit stage shows as Dreamgirls, Waitress, Aladdin and The Book of Mormon, will play the following dates:
FRI SEP 24 ILKLEY KING’S HALL
MON SEP 27 LONDON ARTS THEATRE
THU SEP 30 ABERYSTWYTH ARTS CENTRE
FRI OCT 1 CARDIFF ROYAL WELSH COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DRAMA (DORA STOUTZKER HALL)
SAT OCT 2 BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME (PATRICK STUDIO)
WED OCT 6 LYTHAM LOWTHER PAVILION
UK audiences have taken Marisha to their hearts ever since the girl who grew up on a North Carolina farm arrived in the West End to take on the iconic role of Effie White in Dreamgirls.
Her Decca debut includes the barnstorming radio hit ‘Before I Go’ – a powerful anthem of pride, inner strength and empowerment – alongside such classics as ‘Purple Rain’, ‘Climb Every Mountain’, ‘The Show Must Go On’ on which she duets with Michael Ball and ‘Alive’ (written by Adele and Sia).
Marisha felt passionately there should be strong female representation on the album and all original tracks are written by women. ‘Free’ is written by JinJin (Little Mix, Paloma Faith), ‘Divine’ by Camille Purcell (Jess Glynne, Little Mix) and ‘Faith’ by Natasha Bedingfield.