TONY winner and Grammy Nominee Lena Hall is set to bring her latest one woman show “Little Career of Horrors,” to London’s Cadogan Hall.
Following her recent U.K. Theatre award winning run the world premiere of the new musical “In Dreams,” at the Leeds Playhouse, Hall is ecstatic to finally get to share one of her up close and intimate concert shows with her London fans.
The new show co-written and directed by long time collaborator and ex-boyfriend Stephen Amato chronicles Hall’s fascinating career highlights through the harrowing, hilarious, and often deadly mishaps that accompanied her experience on productions like “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” “Kinky Boots,” and televisions, “Snowpiercer.” The show promises to deliver all of Hall’s trademark songs, lots of laughter, and the heartfelt unabashed storytelling Ms Hall has become known for.
Lena Hall is a Tony Award winner and Grammy nominee who garnered widespread critical acclaim for her performance as the title role in the feature film "Becks," which won the U.S. Fiction Award at the L.A. Film Festival. Hall starred as fan-favorite Miss Audrey in the hit sci-fi drama "Snowpiercer" alongside Jennifer Connelly. She has also been featured on HBO's "Girls," Amazon Prime's "Good Girls Revolt," and Paramount Plus' "Evil."
Following her Tony-winning Broadway run in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," Lena toured North America with Josh Groban on his "Stages" tour. She portrayed the dual starring roles of Hedwig and Yitzhak in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Lena originated the role of Nicola in "Kinky Boots" on Broadway, starred opposite Marisa Tomei in Lincoln Center Theatre’s "How To Transcend A Happy Marriage," and played Audrey in the hit Off-Broadway revival of "Little Shop Of Horrors." Most recently, she won the U.K. Theatre Award for best performance in a musical for her starring role in the world premiere production of "In Dreams" at the Leeds Playhouse, a brand new musical written and directed by the "&Juliet" team, David West Read, and Luke Sheppard.
Lena’s solo musical revues, including "Sin & Salvation" at Cafe Carlyle, "Art Of The Audition" at Cafe Carlyle, and "The Villa Satori: Growing up Haight Ashbury," all played to sold-out shows and received rave reviews. For more on Lena’s music, concerts, one-woman shows, TV/film projects, and theater, follow her @lenarockerhall on all social media platforms.
Now taking bookings for performances from Mon 27th May 2024 until Mon 27th May 2024.
Show times for each day are below.
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Cadogan Hall Details
Tube lines: District, Circle
Nearest tube: Sloane Square Station
from Sloane Square Station :
Upon exiting Sloane Square Station, turn immediately right, passing the Royal Court Theatre. (You will see Cadogan Hall’s tower immediately before you). Cross over Cliveden Place and walk up Sedding Street to the Hall.
Car park: Limited number of bays are available on Sloane Terrace, Wilbraham Place and Sedding Street after 6.30pm.
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