Somewhere Under the Rainbow to Play London's Landor Theatre

By Mark Shenton
26 Mar 2014

Somewhere Under the Rainbow, a one-woman show written and directed by Cillian O’Donnachadha and performed by Sharon Sexton, is to play London's Landor Theatre, beginning performances May 12 for a run through May 17 only.



Previously seen at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and subsequently on an Irish tour that included an appearance at the 7th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival (where Sexton won the Eva Gore-Booth Award for Best Female Performer), the play is set in the intimacy of Liza Minnelli's dressing room, where the diva invites the audience to step beyond the footlights and decide for themselves what is truth and illusion about her life and career.

With musical direction and supervision by Ivan McKenna, the show features the signature tunes from the Minnelli songbook, including "Mein Herr," "Some People" and "Maybe This Time."

To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7737 7276, or visit www.somewhereundertherainbow.com for more details.