Ruthie Henshall at the Radlett Centre

09:36 16 March 2014

Ruthie Henshall

Ruthie Henshall

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A journey through her career will be given by musical star Ruthie Henshall at the Radlett Centre next Saturday, March 22.

It is part of a national tour entitled An Intimate Evening with Ruthie Hensall and will cover aspects of a career which has ranged from working with Lionel Bart and playing in Chicago on Broadway to starring in Les Miserables and winning an Olivier Award.

She tells the story in her own words and performs some of the defining songs in her life, both onstage and off. The evening draws from a broad range of genres, from the great American Songbook through to contemporary tunes.

Ruthie comes on stage at 8pm and tickets are £20 with concessions £18, available from the box office on 01923 859291.

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