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Songs for Nobodies tickets for the West End transfer are now available!
After a stunning run at Wilton’s Music Hall, and after overwhelming demand, Songs for Nobodies is transferring to the West End’s Ambassadors Theatre for a strictly limited run starting 9 January. This one woman show is unlike anything you've seen before.
For 90 minutes, accompanied only by live musicians, Bernadette Robinson singlehandedly tells the tales of five everyday women whose lives are changed when they briefly encounter fame and the legendary singers who had such an impact on them. Bringing to life powerhouse voices across vastly different genres of music, Bernadette Robinson has a versatility that is truly astonishing. Watch as she brings Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday and Maria Callas to life as you listen.
Bernadette Robinson’s talent is nearly unbelievable so don’t miss your chance to see it for yourself.
Do not miss your chance to secure Songs for Nobodies tickets before it is too late!
Evelyn Burroughs4th March
Absolutely loved the show. Amazing voice sounded just like the original artists. Very clever
Jackie Templeton26th February
John Costello25th February
An excellent performance. 90 minutes went so so quickly
Masahiko Tokunaga24th February
I am a 1st timer of play in the UK and totally entertained.
MrsAmanda Byrne24th February
As the show was produced at just one level the seats at the bottom rear had no restrictions although the leg room was tight, the row in front had much more but for £12.50 a ticket it was a bargain. Access to the theatre was quick as was collecting tickets. The show was fantastic. A very talented lady.
Diana Dragneva-Ivanova24th February
It was a fabulous show. Ms Robinson is fenomenal
Mark Cast23rd February
Wonderfully entertaining. left you wanting more stories!
Lena Kjellgren23rd February
Wonderful performance! Enjoyed every minute of it - highly recommended!
Jayne Treutlein23rd February
Outstanding one woman show, I would happily watch over and over again.
Charles Moore23rd February
Bernadette Robinson was a revelation. The show well paced and acted. I can only hope she can make it to New York, where in the right venue this show could really fly.
Gemma Blackie20th February
Absolutely spellbounding what an amazing talent.
Wendy Holmes19th February
Possibly one of the best things I've ever seen at the theatre. Bernadette Robinson's voice is phenomenal and her acting, especially her ability to jump from one accent to another, is exceptional. It was atmospheric, poignant and uplifting. She played 10 parts - I hope she got paid for each one!