Issy van Randwyck

Songs of the Dazzling Divas

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Last Show: Monday 4 th June 2018

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Issy van Randwyck and Tom Attwood take you on a musical journey illuminating the work of these trail blazing and legendary performers with songs from Billie Holiday to Marilyn Monroe and beyond. Women whose lives were brief but whose influence is everlasting.

"If you want a bit of class with your blondes, Issy van Randwyck … is a fascinating Monroe in every detail" - The Times

"Sultry, sexy and smoking hot – Marilyn takes to the stage once more. Issy van Randwyck has the mammoth task of bringing this icon back to life and does one hell of a fantastic job." - Broadway Baby

Issy van Randwyck 
Issy is a triple Olivier Award Nominee. Recent theatre work includes Anything That Flies (Jermyn Street Theatre); Closer Than Ever (Offie Award Nomination) and Raving (Hampstead Theatre). TV/Film includes Partners in Crime (BBC), Christopher and his Kind (BBC) and the Danish Girl. Many recordings including It’s Oh So Issy and The Glory of Gershwin (Mercury Records) with Larry Adler produced by George Martin.

"One of the fizziest talents in British Showbiz … the singing is golden."
Charles Spencer (Daily Telegraph)

Tom Attwood 
Recent Musical Director credits include: Jekyll And Hyde (English Theatre, Frankfurt); Peter Pan (Theatre Royal, Winchester); Murder For Two (Musical Director & Sound Designer, Watermill Theatre & The Other Palace); Peter And The Starcatcher (Royal & Derngate, Northampton); Monster Raving Loony (Soho Theatre & Theatre Royal Plymouth); Hopelessly Devoted (Birmingham Rep, Paines Plough, Tricycle & UK Tour).

As Musical Director and performer, recent credits include: A Christmas Carol; 101 Dalmatians; Pinocchio (Castle Theatre, Wellingborough); The Invisible Woman (Film, Headline Pictures); Wind In The Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Sleeping Beauty (Birmingham Rep); Sweeney Todd (Octagon Theatre Bolton), The History Boys; The Habit Of Art (National Theatre).

Recent Composition and Sound credits include: Tonight At 8:30 (Jermyn St); Holes (Composer, Nottingham Playhouse); Romeo And Juliet (Cambridge Arts Theatre); Handbagged; The Picture Of Dorian Gray (English Theatre Frankfurt); The Silence At The Song’s End (Edinburgh Festival); Stig Of The Dump (UK Tour).