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Lynda Carter brings her one-woman show to the West End

The 16th and 17th September see 70s TV siren Lynda Carter, still strikingly beautiful at 58, showcasing her vocal chops at The Garrick Theatre.  Lynda is probably best known for portraying Wonder Woman in the 1970s TV adaptations of the much-loved superhero.  An introductory tv movie followed by three seasons of the hit show turned lasso of truth wielding, bullets and bracelets duelling Lynda into a global star.
 
She will be showcasing songs from her album Lynda Carter: At Last, a collection of jazz standards that reached number six on Billboard's Jazz album chart in the US.  Lynda was last in the West End playing Mama Morton in Chicago at the Adelphi Theatre in September 2005.  She has since toured America with her one woman musical cabaret show An Evening With Lynda Carter and has performed at venues including Jazz at Lincoln Center and The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.  At last features Lynda's interpretations of classic songs including Cry Me A River, Million Dollar Secret and Summer Time.

[posted by James, 16:18, 19/07/2010]



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