Pam Ann, Spoof Air Hostess, to Touch Down in London's West End

News   Pam Ann, Spoof Air Hostess, to Touch Down in London's West End
Pam Ann – billed as "A-list Air Hostess to the Stars" – will touch down at London's Vaudeville Theatre for her first extended West End season, beginning performances Sept. 29 prior to an official opening Sept. 30, for a run through Oct. 10.

Created and performed by Australian comedienne Caroline Reid, she has previously supported Cher on a major arena tour of the U.K., including playing Wembley, and in the U.S. has performed at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles and several seasons at New York's Public Theater. In the U.K., Pam Ann, Terror at 41,000 Ft played a 33-date tour; she has appeared twice at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival; Pam Ann’s Hammersmith Layover sold out for two nights at the Hammersmith Apollo; and she has since starred at the Royal Albert Hall and the London Palladium. She recently played her first ever shows in Iceland and Vienna. TV appearances have included "Britain's Next Top Model" and "Project Catwalk." According to press materials, she plays "the 1960's clad air-hostess as a mixture of comedy, camp and glamour." Pam Ann - Flying High is presented by Live Nation.

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