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- Aug 30Aug30Mon 14:00Lytham Hall - Lytham St AnnesWonderHall - Jools Holland and His Rhythm & Blues OrchestraFind ticketsLytham Hall - Lytham St AnnesWonderHall - Jools Holland and His Rhythm & Blues OrchestraAug 30 14:00Find tickets
- Sep 24Sep24Find ticketsFri 19:00Kings Hall Ilkley - IlkleyMarisha Wallace
- Sep 27Sep27Find ticketsMon 19:00Arts Theatre - LondonMarisha Wallace
- Sep 30Sep30Find ticketsThu 19:00Aberystwyth Arts Centre - AberystwythMarisha Wallace
- Oct 01Oct01Find ticketsFri 19:10Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama - CardiffMarisha Wallace
- Oct 03Oct03Find ticketsSun 19:00MAST Mayflower Studios - SouthamptonMarisha Wallace - Tomorrow Tour
- Oct 06Oct06Find ticketsWed 19:00Lowther Pavilion - Lytham St AnnesMarisha Wallace
- Oct 02Oct02Find ticketsSat 19:15The Patrick Studio, Birmingham Hippodrome - BirminghamMarisha Wallace
One of musical theatre’s best loved leading ladies
Musical powerhouse Marisha Wallace has one of the most magnificent voices on Broadway and in the West End. Born and raised in a small North Carolina town, she landed her first job in a touring production of The Book Of Mormon. That experience led her to Broadway where she was part of the original casts of Disney’s Aladdin and Something Rotten!
In 2017, Wallace scored a spot in the West End production of Dreamgirls playing Effie White as an alternate to Amber Riley. She later released her debut album Soul Holiday packed with uplifting show songs and sing-along pop classics.
Having decided to stay on in the UK, Wallace won the role of Becky in the critically acclaimed West End run of Waitress alongside Katharine McPhee in 2019. In addition, she was part of Disney’s big-screen summer blockbuster Aladdin starring Will Smith and unveiled the powerful single Fight Like A Woman.
Wallace has always been inspired by great gospel and R&B artists like Aretha Franklin and Ella Fitzgerald. During the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020, she recorded and independently released a special version of Tomorrow to help raise funds for those in the theatre industry who’ve been struggling. Her unique take on the classic song from Annie about hope and renewal attracted the attention of Decca Records. Wallace signed a deal with them and her second album, also titled Tomorrow, came out on 4 December 2020. To support it, she announced a six-date UK tour for September and October 2021.
Marisha Wallace's 2021 UK tour dates
- 24 September 2021 – King's Hall, Ilkley
- 27 September 2021 – Arts Theatre, London
- 30 September 2021 – Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
- 1 October 2021 – Royal Welsh College, Cardiff
- 2 October 2021 – Birmingham Hippodrome
- 6 October 2021 – Lowther Pavilion, Lytham
Marisha Wallace announced a UK tour to promote her new album Tomorrow from 24 September – 6 October 2021.
In 2021, Marisha Wallace will perform in the following UK cities:
Tickets for Marisha Wallace's tour dates go on sale from 10:00 on Friday 11 December 2020.