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Katie Milton is the international singer behind @ariasanywhere on Instagram


Katie trained at the Hammond School of Ballet and then London Studio Centre with a Performing Arts Diploma. Katie began her professional theatre career at just seventeen years old as a dancer and all round performer, touring the UK in theatre and appearing in television. Katie performs internationally as an established and acclaimed soprano in theatre and for corporate organisations, whilst running KTM Arts. 

Katie is resident music hall soprano at The Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch and has appeared in recitals for Hampstead Theatre and international law group LaWorld. She has sung with the Scots Guards at the Grosvenor House Hotel for The Proms Night and produced and performed cabaret nights for Ken Hom’s chain of restaurants owned by Oriental Restaurant Group as a regular guest soprano. She is a soprano with the London Philharmonic Choir, regularly performing at the Royal Festival Hall and Royal Albert Hall.

Early in her career, Katie found herself interested in producing and was until recently the Creative Programmer, producing the Main House and Foyer Programme amounting to over two hundred shows a year at Queen's Theatre Hornchurch. Soon after embarking on theatre production in her early career, she met with the struggles of securing funding and so found herself a role in the fundraising department and in Casting at the reputable Hampstead Theatre and learned her fundraising ropes on its Capital Appeal. Her fast ability to pick up techniques and fundraise considerable capital for this project landed her work for various other organisations including the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Southbank Sinfonia, Ovalhouse, Tenebrae, Resonate Arts and Jermyn Street Theatre all within fundraising, consultancy and development-based roles.

Casting became a passion whilst at Hampstead under the artistic directorships of Jenny Topper and then Tony Clark. She helped cast actors such as Tom Hardy, Amanda Abbington, Hugh Bonneville, Nigel Planer, Oliver Ford-Davies, Douglas Henshall, Jenny Jules, Nadine Marshall, Diana Quick, Rachael Stirling, Tom Burke, Lynda Bellingham, Alison Steadman and David Horovitch.


She worked with directors Kathy Burke, Rupert Gould, David Grindley, Robert Delamere, Jennie Darnell, Indhu Rubasingam, Alan Ayckbourn and writers Tanika Gupta, Stephen Adley-Guirgis, Tim Firth, Debbie Tucker-Green.

Theatre & Live Performance Credits Include:

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Resident Music Hall Soprano, Queen's Theatre Hornchurch, Rosemary in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Landor Theatre; Louise in Carousel, Wimbledon Theatre; Ensemble in Chicago, Bloomsbury Theatre; Principal soloist at the Brick Lane Music Hall; Principal soloist at the Leeds City Varieties; Dora in Haunting Dora, Margate’s Theatre Royal; Jo in If You love Me, Rosemary Branch Theatre

Katie has been on national tour visiting most of Britain’s finest Theatres in the Danny La Rue Show as a singer and dancer. She was delighted to produce a full exhibition and afternoon of Danny La Rue’s costumes and memorabilia at the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch. She started off in summer seasons in rep theatre, playing lead roles in comedy farce, paying tribute to Gracie Fields and Vera Lynn in Duggie Chapman’s touring show We’ll Meet Again and has played Principal Girl in nearly every Pantomime subject around the UK, with Snow White being her personal favourite!


Television Credits Include:

Katie has appeared in Children’s BBC series Byker Grove; ChuckleVision (recently voted best childrens CBBC series); The Queen’s Nose; Hope and Glory; The Project; Bad Girls; Footballer’s Wives; The Lakes; Chambers; Forty Something; The Armando Iannucci Shows.

Film Credits Include:

Bedazzled; High Heels and Low Lives; Sword of Honour; Nicholas Nickleby; PollyAnna;

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