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Dogs Trust Manchester’s First Birthday!

I was delighted to help the Dogs Trust Manchester celebrate its first birthday on Friday with a special Pooch Party! It’s such a fantastic cause. Since opening, the Manchester centre has rehomed more than 1,000 dogs, completing families all around the North West. I first visited the centre before Christmas last year, so it was great to see the sheer number of […]

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Jodie to Star in One-Woman Show Tell Me on a Sunday

Fresh from both a UK tour of Calamity Jane and a Christmas run of the country’s favourite musical Annie, Jodie is embarking on another UK tour, this time in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black’s Tell Me on a Sunday. The musical tells the story of a young English girl in the 80s seeking success and love in the United States, […]

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Jodie to Star as Annie’s Miss Hannigan This Christmas

Coming to the New Theatre Oxford this Christmas, Jodie Prenger will be taking up the mantle of the tyrannical Miss Hannigan in a new production of the award-winning Annie. Set in New York during the Great Depression, Annie finds out it’s a hard knock life while in the care of the wicked Miss Hannigan, mischievously played by Jodie. Ordered to […]

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Calamity Jane

Now touring the UK with the Watermill Theatre’s musical production of Calamity Jane, Jodie is right at home in the all-singin’, all-dancin’ cowboy boots of ‘Calam’ herself, who can outshoot any man in Deadwood. Tasked with recruiting a celebrity for the local saloon, Jane has to wrestle with her feelings as well as the local good-for-nothings in this rip-roaring jamboree. Right […]

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Dick Whittington

Manchester panto lovers were in for a treat over the 2013 festive season, as Jodie appeared in the Opera House’s hilarious version of Dick Whittington. Kids and adults alike flocked to see the show, not least of all due to Jodie’s brilliant turn as Fairy Bowbells. Both Jodie and the show as a whole received five star reviews, critics particularly […]

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One Man, Two Guvnors

Fresh from stretching her funny bone in Spamalot, Jodie stayed the course as Dolly in Richard Bean’s award-winning comedy play One Man, Two Guvnors. Appearing in the original Haymarket production, Jodie’s Dolly was lauded as one of the strongest portrayals of the character, and a challenge that Jodie took on with great relish. The story is set in 1960s Brighton, […]

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Spamalot

Following her dramatic turn as Nancy in Oliver!, Jodie Prenger leant her talents to a more comedic role as The Lady of the Lake in Eric Idle’s Spamalot. A hilarious and completely false musical account of King Arthur’s quest for the Holy Grail, the show is adapted from the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Jodie portrayed The […]

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Oliver!

From 12th December 2008 to 27th March 2010, Jodie Prenger starred in the West End production of Oliver! as Nancy. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh, the show was held at the Theatre Royal on Drury Lane, alongside the likes of Rowan Atkinson, Omid Djalili and Griff Rhys Jones. Receiving outstanding reviews, the show was seen by almost 1.5 million people and […]

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Jodie Leads Competition in Support of Muscular Dystrophy Campaign

In support of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, Jodie was the face of a competition that saw hopeful applicants donating £10 to the charity in return for a chance to win £10,000 worth of marketing services from Preston based design agency, 2am. Muscular dystrophy is a group of genetic conditions that gradually cause a person’s muscles to weaken. The campaign is […]

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