Hailing from Greater London, Emily Langham is a professional actress and singer with experience in theatre and various other work related to music and acting. She can dance ballet, jazz and tap. Her specific singing skill is of a soprano. Emily is scheduled to appear in Hello, Dolly!
She trained at the Arts Educational Schools, London with the Andrew Lloyd-Webber Scholarship. She graduated with a BA Honours degree in Musical Theatre in 2015.
Her credits in musicals include ensemble/understudy Mabel in Jonathan Church’s Mack and Mabel at the Chichester Festival Theatre (2015); Rumpleteazer/Griddlebone/first cover Jellylorum in Trevor Nunn’s Cats (David Ian Productions) in the UK/European tour, 2016; cover Vera/Windmill Girl in Terry Johnson’s Mrs Henderson Presents at the Alexandra Theatre, Toronto (2017); understudy Young Sally + Showgirl and Young Carlotta in Dominic Cooke’s Follies at the National Theatre (2017).
As well as musicals, her acting projects on stage include playing choir and Young Cosette in Trevor Nunn and John Caird’s Les Miserables; Lillian Gish in Jenny Eastop’s The Biograph Girl at the Finborough Theatre (2018); Anybodys in Sarah Frankcom’s West Side Story at the Royal Exchange Theatre (2019); Gertie Cummings in Jeremy Sams’ Oklahoma at the Chichester Theatre; cover Maisie/Lolita + Fay in Matthew White’s The Boyfriend at the Menier Chocolate Factory (2019).
While training, Emily played ensemble in Ian Talbot’s Wonderful Town (2014) and Polly Baker in Cameron Wenn’s Crazy For You (2015).
Her work in television includes Stupid (CBBC), Deadringers (BBC) and Help (BBC).
She was in the workshop for Dancing The Night Away (Bill Dreamer/Martin Connor/Bill Kenwright.
Among her other credits is dancer/Queen Victoria in Dougie Squires’ Olympia Horseshow (2013) and soloist in Anthony Cherry’s Friday Night Is Music Night (2014), BBC Radio 2.