The Music of Judy Garland Starring Denise Nolan

Nolan Sister and West End Leading Lady. 

Few names in the world of entertainment deserve the title legend, Judy Garland is one of
those names. Garlands illustrious career saw her star in some of the most iconic films of all
time including The Wizard of Oz, Meet Me in St. Louis and the original A Star is Born.

Join original Nolan Sister, West End leading lady and Internationally renowned cabaret star
Denise Nolan with her band of West End musicians led by Dave Bintley for an evening of
remarkable music including ‘The Man That Got Away’, ‘Stormy Weather’, ‘Zing Went The
Strings’, and the timeless classic ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’.

With anecdotes about Garland’s life and comparisons to her own career that includes
performing alongside the late great Frank Sinatra, Nolan brings her own vibrant style and
world class vocals to classic Garland hits.



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Book Tickets

Tickets £26 Concession £24

Show running time (apporx): 45 minutes - interval - 45 minutes

Gallery

  • Denise Nolan and her orchestra, sings with great artistry and recalls the sheer genius of this legendary entertainer in songs and stories from her life
    Uxbridge Gazette
  • Nolans singing was out of this world
    Hull Daily Mail
  • This is not Stars In Their Eyes, its star takes on star
    The Stage

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