Tony Winner Ruffelle to Celebrate New CD with Cabaret Evenings at London's Madame Jojo's

News   Tony Winner Ruffelle to Celebrate New CD with Cabaret Evenings at London's Madame Jojo's
 
Frances Ruffelle, the Tony-winning star of the original London and Broadway companies of Les Miserables (in which she created the role of Eponine), will appear in a London season at Madame JoJo's, a Soho nightclub, to celebrate the launch of her new album, "Beneath the Dress."
Frances Ruffelle
Frances Ruffelle Photo by francesruffelle.com

Ruffelle will appear May 10, 13 and 17 and June 3 and 14, in a show that is billed as "an intimate evening of live music, inspired by women who like to entertain." Ruffelle, who made her West End debut in Terrence Rattigan's The Sleeping Prince at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, was also in the original London cast of Starlight Express, creating the role of Dinah. Other stage work includes Ian Dury's Apples at the Royal Court in 1989, Stephen Schwartz's Children of Eden at the Prince Edward Theatre in 1990, and several stints as Roxie Hart in the West End production of Chicago. She was last seen on the London stage in the William Finn revue Make Me a Song at the New Players Theatre in 2008.

Ruffelle has also represented the U.K. in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, and has released several solo albums.

To book tickets for her appearances at Madame JoJo's, contact the box office at 08444 77 1000 or visit www.ticketweb.co.uk.

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