Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice tickets
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Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice
Don’t miss Kathleen Turner's refreshingly honest one woman show, Finding My Voice.
Lending her trademark husky alto to classic tunes from the American songbook, come on a journey through the remarkable career of this much loved award-winning actress.
Songs include Let's Fall in Love, On the Street Where You Live, Every Time We Say Goodbye and many more!
Having starred in classic films Body Heat, Romancing the Stone and War of the Roses, Kathleen, who voiced cartoon heart-throb Jessica Rabbit, also guest-starred as Chandler’s Dad in TV Sitcom, Friends.
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No exchanges or refunds after purchase.
approx. 1 hour 50 mins - 45mins interval
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You will receive a voucher after purchase. Please print and present on arrival.
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12 Palace Street London SW1E 5JA
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Latest customer reviews
Fabulous- a true star
7 May 2018
What a beautiful, funny and inspirational evening. Kathleen Turner is a true star, a treat to hear- her singing and her storytelling.
Nikki Confirmed ticket purchaser
Kathleen ‘s amazing stage presence!
6 May 2018
Kathleen has an amazing stage presence! A few years ago she was dazzling in Bakersfield Mist, I wish she would do another play! This show was fun, although her singing is not the best, but she made up with her stage presence, funny storytelling! Hope she returns to London soon!
David Confirmed ticket purchaser
Great night out
2 May 2018
It was our first visit to this venue. Small and personal with great view and sound. Being so close to such an iconic figure, who shared with us her very personal story, was totally unexpected and mesmerizing. Many thanks to all concerned putting this together.
Dimitris Confirmed ticket purchaser
2 May 2018
Absolutely brilliant evening, she is an iconic legend, she was mesmerising. Super evening. That voice, wow!!
Beverley Loggia Confirmed ticket purchaser
1 May 2018
Fabulous women and an inspiration to all. Funny, smart and a little sassy...what more could you want ! The musical orchestration was superb.
Anna Confirmed ticket purchaser
The show must go on
30 April 2018
Kathleen is clearly a consummate performer. Professional to the last. In spite of her sore throat, she came on stage and delivered a show which gave us a glimpse of the live she has lived thus far. The second half was definitely the best part of the show. What stood out was the fact that at the end of the show, she came out to the reception area and signed autographs for those waiting. This in spite of how rough she may have been feeling. If you are not a Kathleen fan, you may struggle a little to enjoy the first half but other than that, I'd highly recommend it. Uplifting songs like 'dust yourself off' made it memorable.
Funmi Confirmed ticket purchaser
Kathleen Turner: Finding My Vioice
29 April 2018
Thoroughly enjoyable. Fascinating stories and great songs.
Bonny Confirmed ticket purchaser
Not what we were expecting
29 April 2018
Although we knew she’d be singing in this, we thought it would be more of her telling stories but it was 20% stories 80% singing! Completely self indulgent on her part. She says early on that she’s only alive on stage and she’s obviously doing this show for herself not the audience. Very disappointing. We left at the half time break. Shame as we were looking forward to hearing anicdotes from her life in film and theatre but it just never happened. She’s had issues with alcoholism and a law suit from Nicolas Cage in the past so maybe as she lost that case she’s reluctant to say too much about other people now? We just found it kinda sad. She sounded like a forty a day smoker too. Oh well, at least the meal before the show upstairs in The Naughty Piglet was excellent. Kathleen we still like you as an actress but please, don’t bother doing this again.
Greynessman Confirmed ticket purchaser
29 April 2018
What a fabulous show by Kathleen Turner. Funny, uplifting, poignant and brilliant! Don't miss it!!!!!
Rosemary Little Confirmed ticket purchaser
27 April 2018
She told us her voice was affected by the London weather and it's pretty deep to begin with. She told us how ill she had been but had fought back. Well yes. What we got was a lesson in performance for anyone wanting to do this sort of personal cabaret. Real star quality and stage presence. Funny, feisty, sometimes soft, just occasionally syrupy, always engaged. She sang 'Send in the clowns.' Most performers shouldn't touch it. She is one of the few who can.
Nigel Osner Confirmed ticket purchaser