Jodie Prenger

Welcome to the Official Website of Actress and Singer, Jodie Prenger!

Looking for all the latest news on Jodie Prenger’s shows, appearances and charity work? Then you’ve come to the right the place, cowboy! Since taking the country by storm as Nancy in the 2008 West End revival of Oliver!, Jodie has gone from strength to strength, proving time and time again that she’s one of the country’s biggest talents. Whether […]

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Calamity Jane

Libby Purves Reviews, theatrecat.com Bliss! A Joy! Jodie Prenger lights up the stage.”[/blockquote] 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 […]

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Spamalot

Miss Prenger shows a fine voice whether in her lament or the blousy, big band numbers she belts out like a good ‘un and she displays excellent timing and a real penchant for comedy. There is an awful lot more to Miss Prenger than merely winning a TV talent contest.Behind the Arras Following her dramatic turn as Nancy in Oliver!, […]

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Oliver!

Prenger delivers her big number with passionate fervour. She is even better in the raucous Oom-Oom-Pah where the stage fills with Hogarthian detail as plump women retch into buckets and copulation thrives in the dark corners of the Three Cripples pub.The Guardian From 12th December 2008 to 27th March 2010, Jodie Prenger starred in the West End production of Oliver! […]

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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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Jodie Explores Diabetes for the BBC

Last year, Jodie Prenger took part in BBC One programme Long Live Britain! Alongside TV presenter Julia Bradbury, ex-cricketer Phil Tufnell, and Dr Phil Hammond. Jodie’s aim on the show was to explore the effects Type 2 diabetes can have, as it is one of the major causes of premature death in the UK. She met with an advanced sufferer […]

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