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Finding My Voice tickets are available now! Kathleen Turner's new one woman show is not to be missed.
A triumphant roar from Hollywood royalty’ (The Guardian) Kathleen Turner’s ‘exquisite’ and ‘defiant’ (The Times) one-woman show, Finding My Voice, has opened to great acclaim from critics and audiences alike.
A ‘deeply personal account of a career spanning 41 years on Hollywood, Broadway and the West End’ (The Stage), ‘Hollywood legend’ Turner ‘mixes the poignant with the political’ (Telegraph) in this ‘undeniably fabulous’ (Time Out) new show from Fane Productions.
Lending her trademark husky alto to classic tunes from the American songbook, two-time Golden Globe winner and star of Body Heat, Romancing the Stone & War of the Roses, Kathleen also voiced cartoon heart-throb Jessica Rabbit and guest-starred as Chandler’s Dad in TV Sitcom, Friends.
With the show coming to a close shortly, don’t miss this inspirational and charismatic storytelling from a bona fide stage and screen legend. What are you waiting for?
Book Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice tickets early to avoid disappointment!
'A defiant one-woman show… Exquisite’ The Times
‘A triumphant roar from Hollywood royalty… She is magnificent’ The Guardian
‘Brilliant storytelling… Kathleen Turner is an instinctive performer’ The Stage
‘Undeniably fabulous’ Time Out
She was absolutely fabulous. So funny and carismatic. We were so happy, to have seen her.
Suzi Clark19th April
A rare opportunity to witness a famous actress in all the feisty glory of maturity ... her courage and confidence carried her over those tougher notes with dignity and panache. I was moved by her stories and awed by her faultless timing and great humour which cemented her backing trio into adoration and mutual respect. What a bravura performance. Forget Romancing the Stone... Ms Turner romanced that London audience into standing ovations - well deserved.