Marisha Wallace is heading out on her first UK Tour in Autumn 2021 and is making her way to our very own Lowther Pavilion in Lytham.
Wallace, who is best known for starring in smash-hit stage shows including Waitress, Aladdin, and Dreamgirls, is embarking on a 6 date UK tour during September and October 2021, visiting Ilkley, London, Aberystwyth, Cardiff, and Birmingham before the finale of her tour in Lytham’s Lowther Pavilion.
The autumn tour set to cover the UK has already been rescheduled once due to the pandemic in 2020 and so, with a year without playing theatres, it’s no surprise that Marisha “cannot wait to get back into theatres in 2021 to do what she loves the most”. Marisha has also fallen victim to covid-19 but instead has spread positivity and love with her self-recorded rendition of ‘Tomorrow’. Wallace released her version of the track in order to raise vital funds to help support those affected by lockdown in the theatre industry and landing a number 2 spot on the download charts.
Following this release, Wallace has released her debut album with Decca records entitled ‘Tomorrow’ – a 15 track album featuring classics such as Alive, Purple Rain, Climb Every Mountain and a duet with Michael Ball with The Show Must Go On. Marisha has also had tv performance appearances including BBC Strictly Come Dancing and the Royal Variety Performance.
Marisha Wallace – And I Am Telling You (Dreamgirls)
There is no doubt that Wallace’s distinctive powerhouse voice will bring shivers to your spine with her array of uplifting and personally meaningful songs from her new album. Tickets to Marisha Wallace’s UK Tour are available via cuffeandtaylor.com and are on sale now!
by Lauryn Guest
Marisha Wallace – It wasn’t made for us
Marisha was recently a guest on Sofie Hagen’s Made of Human podcast.
Sofie talks to Marisha Wallace about Dreamgirls, the music industry, Stacy Abrams, competition, being alone, making your own space, and her upcoming album, Tomorrow.
“I would not take it back. It set me up to have this monument moment that I’m having now, which is like a mountaintop experience, like after you’ve been through all the valleys and all the work, and then you like climb and climb and climb and get to the top. “Oh, wow, I’ve made it, I’ve done it, I’ve made it to the mountain top” and then you just start climbing again.”
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