A CD made for the members of the charities Stockwell Good Neighbours and Diamond Club for their ‘Bring Me Sunshine’ initiative. This project gives a goody bag of activities and spiritual support to the members. Katie and her musical partner and church organist, Thom Stanbury, decided to record several carols and hymns to make a gift to include in the goody bags for Christmas. The CD reached 300 people in the South London area.
Everyone loves a good character. Check out Katie’s Gallery to see images from her latest shoot and explore the array of characters, personas and glamorous theatrical nights with Soprano and Arts Superstar Katie Milton.
Katie was delghted to join with London Philharmonic Choir colleagues, in a specially arranged ‘We’ll Meet Again’ for string quartet and percussion to mark the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, by LPO viola player David Quiggle.
VOCALLY VIVACIOUS KATIE MILTON RETURNS TO MUSIC HALL AT THE BEAUTIFUL QUEENS THEATRE, HORNCHUCH.
It’ll be a blast from the past packed with good tunes, cracking jokes and even a new Guinness World Record Holder as the ever-popular Queen’s Theatre Magnificent Music Hall returns the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch on Sunday 7 July 2019 at 2.30pm!
Be prepared to be amazed as newcomer Jay Rawlings wows you with wonderment and mellifluous magic and juggling. Jay is the most recent Guinness World Record Holder (Britain’s Got Talent) for balancing 10 chairs on a chin - you’ll be holding your breath!
Taking to the stage will be bubbly, raven-haired Queen’s Theatre regular soprano Katie Milton, a familiar face with audiences, who has been bringing the Magnificent Music Hall to the Queen’s Theatre throughout the last decade.
Katie will sing operatic favourites Brindisi from La Traviata, music hall ditties including Joshua and Great Big World Keeps Turning and there will be plenty to sing along with.
Ladling out the laughs will be Peter John, with impressions and popular tunes galore! This multi-talented comedy actor is a veteran and varied performer – appearing in anything from Shakespeare to panto – and has been honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Music Hall Society.
Andy Eastwood, a musical legend and Queen’s favourite, will take you on a musical journey ranging from Leaning on a Lamp Post and other George Formby favourites on the Ukulele to classical favourites on the Violin.
Seasoned theatrical West End performer Julia Sutton, of The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins, Sister Act, Dirty Dancing, My Fair Lady and the original cast of Oliver in 1961, will sing your favourite music hall songs including Are We To Part and songs made famous by Marie Lloyd. Julia is the most recent recipient Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Music Hall Society.
Popular actor and entertainer Adam Borzone, will also provide much merriment with his renditions of cockney favourites When Father Papered the Parlour and Oh I Must Go Home Tonight.
Adam also appears regularly as a Players Music Hall artiste and is the Chairman of the British Music Hall Society.
Music Hall returns to the Queen’s Theatre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch on 7 November. Tickets cost just £14 or £10 if you book 3 or more Magical Matinees and group discounts. To book, call the Box Office on 01708 443333. For further information about the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch and to pre-book Afternoon Tea or lunches, visit queens-theatre.co.uk