Jamie Birkett

Jamie Birkett

Chemise / Miss Murray

Jamie Trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. 

She has just finished a run in the UK and Ireland tour of Les Miserables, (Madame, Cover Mme Thernadier and Factory Girl) 

Before this she was in the west end cast of The ‘Play That Goes Wrong’ at the Duchess Theatre, where she covered and played Sandra. 

Other performing Credits include: Featured Ensemble/ Cover Evleen in The Pirate Queen ENO/London Colliseum, Carabosse In ‘Sleeping Beauty’ (Qdos, Swansea Grand and Venue Cymru )  Lady Macbeth in ‘Macbeth’ (international Tour) Veronica in ‘The Garden’ (Tristan Bates Theatre) Doctor Finache in ‘A Flea In her ear’ (Tabard Theatre), Miranda in ‘‪The Ghost Train dont stop here anymore’ with acclaimed horror novelist Kim Newman and Director Sean Hogan (Tristan Bates). Charlotte Malcolm in ‘A Little Night Music’ (Offie Nomination Best Supporting Actress) Queen Mouseyrinks in the world premiere of 'Nutcracker! The musical' (Pleasance Theatre London), Jubilee Climax in the West end production and subsequent 20th Anniversary Production of 'Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens' (Leicester Square Theatre) Martha in 'Cross Purpose' (Best Actress nom in the Off West End awards) Joanne in the London revival of 'RENT' (Greenwich theatre) Serena Katz in ‘Fame’ (European Tour, Monte Carlo), Principle Female on ‘Musical Starnights’ (European Tour), Lead Female in ‘Sondheim Women’ (St James) Wicked Witch in ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and Evil Stepmother in ‘Cinderella’ (Customs house South Shields) Princess Jasmine in ‘Aladdin’ (Sands Centre Carlisle), May-queen in ‘Merry England’ (Finborough) ‘Ragtime’, ‘The Hired Man’ (Landor) Aladdin in 'Aladdin' (The Maltings Theatre) 'The Boyfriend' (Her Majesty's) 'Once upon a time at the Adelphi'(Union Theatre)    

TV and Film Credits Include: Nina in ‘we always find ourselves at the sea’ 
Taylor in horror film ‘flow’ Charlotte in New Sitcom The Interval, Sondheims 80th, (Royal Albert Hall) ‪A Royal Night Out (Lionsgate) ‪Wire in the blood (ITV) Rocketman (ITV) and the Final 18 in I'd Do Anything (BBC) 

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