Photo Flash: Danielle Hope Makes Solo Cabaret Debut at Delfont Room!

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Just last week, Danielle Hope made her solo cabaret debut at The Delfont Room. As would be expected, she received rapturous applause from those in attendance, including industry friends like Michael Crawford, who shared the stage with her in The Wizard of Oz, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, and many more.

Below, BroadwayWrold is excited to bring you photos of Hope in action. CLICK HERE to watch her Disney medley!

Danielle Hope made her professional debut as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz at the London Palladium, after capturing the hearts of the country and winning the BBC's smash hit Over The Rainbow having competed against over 9,000 girls. She then went on to star as Eponine in the West End production of Les Miserables (Queen's Theatre). Hope recently finished a production of The Last Five Years, which played to rave reviews, and will be joining the UK tour of Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat on July 23.

Photo Credit: Liza Maria Dawson Photography

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