Sweet success for Tamzin as she gives her all in major musical revival
If it wasn’t so extraordinary it could get boring: the tiny little Menier Chocolate Factory in South London proves itself once again as a musical hits factory by transferring its sell out production of Sweet Charity to the West End, starring Tamzin Outhwaite. Given that two of their other small shows, La Cage Aux Folles and A Little Night Music, have just been nominated for a slew of Tony Awards on Broadway, there’s no telling where Sweet Charity’s success will end up.
The show has been particularly good for Tamzin, who has enjoyed some great reviews from the critics for her performance as Charity Hope Valentine, in the feel-good show that includes hits such as Hey Big Spender and The Rhythm of Life.
Tamzi is best known for her TV roles – particularly a high-profile stint in EastEnters, but has always placed a big emphasis on theatre, including the recent successful revival of Boeing Boeing, and an impressive list of other theatre credits such as West End productions of Grease, Oliver!, Carousel and Radio Times.