Caroline Deverill with Chris Hatt 'If I May?'

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Last Show: Wednesday 18 th May 2022

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

West End actress and singer Caroline Deverill and the Associate Musical Director of Hamilton, Chris Hatt, return to the Pheasantry for an evening of songs and stories from life on and off the stage. From classics with a new twist and familiar favourites, to some tunes that are just too good to resist including songs from popular musicals like Sweet Charity and Billy Elliot The Musical together with some Harry Connick Jnr and Bette Midler standards. Join us for a night of good old-fashioned entertainment. Joining Caroline and Chris as guest performer is the West End actor Joel Montague, who has had a fantastic career in Musical Theatre. His three most recent credits include Amos in Chicago, Ogie in Waitress and Mendel in Falsettos.

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"Caroline and Chris’s show was a well-balanced crowd-pleaser of an evening, well worth leaving home for."

Jazz Journal

Caroline Deverill is an acclaimed actress and singer, with over 20 years professional experience, including internationally, on UK tours and in the West End, where her roles include Killer Queen in We Will Rock You and Mrs Wilkinson in Billy Elliot The Musical. Most recently, she was the alternate Donna in the West End production of Mamma Mia!

Chris Hatt has been the Associate Musical Director of Hamilton The Musical,  Lin-Manuel Miranda’s award-winning hip-hop musical about America’s founding fathers, since it opened in 2017.  For 11 years he was the Music Director of Billy Elliot the Musical and subsequent productions in New York, Chicago and The Netherlands. He tutored the 3 Tony award-winning boys who went on to play the part of Billy on Broadway.

Hatt has also been the Musical Director on such popular productions such as Guys and Dolls, Chaplin – the Musical , Mack & Mabel, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Footloose – The Musical, Joseph , Aspects of Love, Scrooge, A Slice of Saturday Night, Little Shop of Horrors, Crazy For You, My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof and Godspell, as well as various pantomimes and revue shows.