“La Voix”, the comedienne and singer is known for performing in theatres across the globe. She wowed TV audiences receiving four yes's, a judges standing ovation and became a semi finalist on Britain’s Got Talent in 2014. Her final audition alone received 500,000 YouTube hits in the first 24 hours. After her subsequent appearance in “AB FAB THE MOVIE”, La Voix has received international acclaim.
This award-winning cabaret artiste is currently completing year 4 of her smash hit international theatre tour.
The latest development in the performer's life, aside from her new role as a successful radio show host on BBC Radio Three Counties, is that luxury cruise giant P&O have confirmed headline sponsorship of her national theatre tour titled, 'The UK's Funniest Red Head.’ La Voix will also be launching their brand new liner “Iona” and performing on their inaugural cruise.
Described in The Protagonist magazine as a performer of ‘great calibre, with frocks, make-up and marabou', La Voix is the les grandes dames of showbiz. Her vocal abilities and impressions include Dame Shirley Bassey, Judy Garland, Tina Turner and Liza Minnelli. With her euphonious voice, fabulous impersonations, and the merest flick of an eyebrow, or a jut of the chin, La Voix brings the stars of yesteryear back to life.
La Voix’s effortless vocal performances are interspersed with a razor sharp wit bringing audiences to their feet, whistling for more at every show. As Jennifer Saunders once cautioned: “Wear thick pants because you’ll wet yourself laughing.”
Such is her popularity, that the feisty, flame-haired phenomenon is a regular at William and Harry’s New Year’s Eve parties, in fact, her a unique act has caught the imagination of theatre goers and fellow performers across the globe.
Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders are huge fans, and recently, La Voix topped the bill at Sir Ian McKellan’s 80th birthday bash. She was lavishly commended by the knight of the realm who said: “La Voix’s impersonations are surpassed only by her own cheekily entertaining personality. A genuine one-off!” Side splitting comedy, huge vocals, mesmerising impressions of the world's biggest divas and ever more fabulous dresses!
“To call La Voix just a singer , would be like calling Picasso a decorator”Broadway baby *****“
“I want to be La Voix”Dawn French