Olivier Award-Winning Actor/Singer CLIVE ROWE to Perform at The Pheasantry in Chelsea, September 3

Kicking of the Pheasantry's exciting Autumn/Winter 2014/15 programme, producer Barry Mishon presents Olivier Award winning actor/singer Clive Rowe in four nights of cabaret from Wednesday 3rd September.

Rowe is probably best known for his role as Norman "Duke" Ellington in BBC Children's drama 'The Story of Tracy Beaker'. He has also appeared on television in 'Dalziel and Pascoe', 'The Bill' and the 2007 Christmas special of 'Doctor Who - "Voyage of the Damned"' as 'Morvin Van Hoff".

In 1997, Clive Rowe won an Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical for his role as "Nicely Nicely Johnson" in the National Theatre revival of 'Guys and Dolls'. In winter of 2012/2013, he played the role of one of the debt collectors in The Old Vic's production of 'Kiss Me, Kate'. In the middle of 2013 through to February 2014, he played 'King Darius' in Tori Amos's musical production of 'The Light Princess' at the Lyttelton Theatre.

Clive will be accompanied on piano by Wendy Gadian. http://pizzaexpresslive.com/popList.aspx?showId=4fdc7950-038f-4db6-ab01-fa8817266aab&showDateId=7628

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