Kerry Hits the Boulevard

Kerry Ellis appears at the Boulevard on 30 September

Kerry Ellis – dubbed the First Lady of Musical Theatre – is coming to Pembrokeshire in the autumn with a one-off concert at the Boulevard Theatre, Milford Haven, and a meet-and-greet session for superfans.

Kerry will be singing some of the songs she helped make famous in the West End and on Broadway together with some new material when she appears at the Boulevard Theatre on 30 September. She is widely recognised as the leading lady of West End and Broadway musicals, with a number of starring roles in London, New York and around the world, and she has achieved chart-topping success as a recording artist too.

Kerry originated the role of Meat in Queen’s We Will Rock You and was the first British Elphaba in Wicked – for which she won the 2008 Award for Best Takeover in a Role. She then headed to Broadway to play Elphaba at the Gershwin Theater for six months.

She continues her long-term working relationship with Sir Brian May of Queen. They have toured the UK and Europe extensively and released their album Golden Days to great acclaim, and continue to work and record together.

In 2022 she toured arenas across the UK with Queen Machine and headlined a concert in Japan on its biggest TV network.

She is one of the most sought-after singers in the UK, and performs her concerts all over the world – and now she’s coming to Pembrokeshire.

Kerry has also released four seasons of her highly successful podcast Keep Calm and Kerry On, and recently released her autobiography, Bumpkin to Broadway. She is currently recording her new album of brand new music for release in the spring.

Tickets for Kerry Ellis in concert at the Boulevard Theatre:








Kitty Parsons

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