Join multi-award winner and one of 2017’s Britain’s Got Talent semi finalists and stand out stars – Jess Robinson when she embarks on her debut UK tour in 2018. The show, ‘Here Come The Girls’, features spot on celebrity impressions and stunning vocal gymnastics. Following four highly acclaimed sell-out years at The Edinburgh Festival, the tour takes in 28 dates starting at Glasgow’s Oran Mor on 1st March and culminating on 29th April at Birmingham’s Glee.
Spend an evening with Jess and the many female voices queuing up in her head, as she channels celebrities and singers to navigate her way through life’s highs and lows. Like a wonderfully malfunctioning jukebox, Jess and her incredible vocals take you on a dizzying journey through hilarious musical mash-ups – serving up a feast of styles and genres from Billie Holiday and Judy Garland to Sia, Beyoncé and Kate Bush.
Expect some old favourites, fresh impressions, duets with dead celebs and divas as you’re never heard them before. Whether your cup of tea is watching Shirley Bassey belt or if you want to see Jess strut her stuff with Nicki Minaj, there’ll be something for everyone, from 9 to 90.
A classically trained singer, Jess has appeared on both stage and screen. She is versatile in all music styles and began impersonating professionally when she played the title role of ‘Little Voice’, that she recently reprised on a national tour with Beverly Callard, Ray Quinn and Joe McGann. The production was directed by the play’s author, Jim Cartwright. Jess has showcased her impressions (including presenter Alex Jones) live on The One Show and recently appeared on The Last Leg (CH4).
Other TV and Radio credits include: The Now Show (BBCR4), Mr Muzak (BBCR4), 15 Minute Musical (BBCR4), Newzoids ITV1, The Impressions Show BBC1, Rich Hall’s Election Breakdown BBC Radio 4, Murder in Successville BBC3, Dead Ringers BBC, The Dog Ate My Homework CBBC, Horrible Histories (voices) CBBC. She is set to star in a panel show for ITV called ‘The Imitation Game’ alongside Rory Bremner, Debra Stephenson & Alexander Armstrong.
Wed 4th & Thurs 5th LONDON – Leicester Square Theatre 02077 342 222
Sat 7th R
Sun 8th SALFORD – Quays Theatre 0843 2086 000
Wed 11th CAMB
Fri 13th CAMBRIDGE – Junction
Sat 14th TU
Sun 15th POR
Wed 18th TEWK
Thurs 19th SOLIH
Fri 20th BROMSGROVE – Artrix
Fri 27th EASTLEIGH – The Berry 023
Sat 28th LI
Sun 29th BIR