Katie Birtill 'Lullaby of Broadway'

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Katie can’t wait to return to the Pheasantry after her two sell-out shows there, launching her number 1 record, 'Something’s Coming' back in 2020. Performing with her stunning jazz trio, the evening will be full of your favourite classic and contemporary show tunes with a jazz twist. This time the programme will celebrate how show tunes can both soothe and inspire us with stories of hope and courage as we all move forward. Katie is known for her warm and versatile vocals and heartfelt, genuine storytelling. Her album Baby Dream Your Dream also hit number 1 in the iTunes jazz album charts.

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Katie is known for her warm and versatile vocals and heartfelt, genuine storytelling. As well as singing selections from her hit album such as her version of On The Street Where You Live from My Fair Lady and Who Will Buy? from Oliver!, she will also showcase songs from her new EP Something’s Coming which features the West Side Story classic and No One is Alone from Into The Woods.

Katie has had a wide-ranging career and sings in many different capacities from intimate jazz sets in London's top clubs to being a concert soloist with symphony orchestras in some of the UK's most prestigious concert halls. Just in the last year she has sung with The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, The London Concert Orchestra, The City Of Birmingham Orchestra and The John Wilson Orchestra. She features on the John Wilson Orchestra’s Cole Porter in Hollywood album and sings on the Mamma Mia 2 soundtrack and has provided vocals on many BBC 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night with Capital Voices and Maida Vale Singers. She also sings with Pizza Express regulars Down For The Count and the pop/funk band Latimo. 

She has also enjoyed a fruitful musical theatre career and she has just played The Girl in the Andrew Lloyd Webber one woman musical, Tell Me On A Sunday at The Old Laundry Theatre. Other musical theatre credits include: The Knights of The Rose, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Sweet Charity, The Last Five Years, By Jeeves.

Ever since the jazz genre developed, songs from the shows have always featured heavily and Katie Birtill shines brightly when combining her two loves on stage. This show Something’s Coming showcases some of those that have a firm place in the American Songbook and mixes them with more contemporary musical theatre songs that lend themselves wonderfully to jazz but until now have not yet been explored.

Band Line Up

Katie Birtill (vocals)

John Cervantes (piano)

Steve Taylor (drum kit)

Charlie Pyne (upright bass)

Chris Fry (trombone)