Rosemary Annabella Nkrumah
Rosemary Anabella Nkrumah is a professional actress and singer. She is well known for Cemetery Junction (2010), Redemption (2013) and The Human Centipede (2009). She holds experience in session singing, band performance, classical crossover, concert singing, musical and straight theatre, film and television.
She achieved a Master’s degree in Contemporary Music Performance and Vocal Performance in 2017 from the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance – UEL.
Rosemary played the role of lead singer in Jazz cabaret (SM Entertainment Cyprus, 2010); ensemble in The Church of Now (Creature Edinburgh Fringe Festival – BBC Stage, 2012); ensemble/soloist in Love Beyond (Commissioned Ltd The Brighton Centre, 2013); ensemble in Love Beyond (Commissioned Productions, Wembley Arena, 201); 1st soprano/ ensemble/ standby in Muscovado (Burnout Theatre, Clapham, Holy Trinity, 2014); ensemble in Oliva Tweest (The Marimba Project, St James Theatre, 2015); The Dynamites in Hairspray (Stage Productions, Regents Theatre – Stoke on Trent, 2015); Sour Kangaroo in Seussical (Sell A Door Theatre Company, International Tour, 2015); lead vocalist in Back to Bacharach (UK Tour, 2015-16); u/s Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Sonia Friedman Productions, Palace Theatre – London, 2016-19); Darlene and u/s Shug Avery in The Color Purple (Leicester Curve and Birmingham Hippodrome Co. Production, 2019). She is currently playing Nurse Norma and u/s Becky in David Ian Productions’ Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre.
Not only on stage but also the movie industry, Rosemary has made her name. She appeared as the lead actor Bruce’s dance partner in the feature film Cemetery Junction (Columbia/ Sony Pictures, 2009); supporting artist in Streetdance (Vertigo Films, 2009); Amy’s voiceover in The Human Centipede (Six Entertainment, 2009); Dancing Girl in Hummingbird (Lionsgate Films, 2012).
She is an ensemble in HRH Prince of Wales – Charity Gala Performance at The Savoy (2014) and lead vocalist in Bond Girls Live (2015-16).