'BURROWS IS ONE TO WATCH: SHE IS FIERCE, ORIGINAL AND INTENSELY WATCHABLE'
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Beth is a charismatic actor, singer and writer.
She is a double OFFIE-nominated performer.
Her solo shows 'Sirens of the Silver Screen' and 'Luck Be a Lady' have enjoyed critically-acclaimed London runs and toured around the world. Beth has also starred in numerous plays/musicals in London and appeared in short films and commercials.
Beth trained at the prestigious Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, the University of Bristol and National Youth Music Theatre.
'ANNE IS BEAUTIFULLY PLAYED BY BURROWS IN ONE OF THE MOST AWARD-WORTHY PERFORMANCES I'VE SEEN'
'BURROWS IS STUNNING. THERE’S A REAL SPARKLE IN HER PERFORMANCE THAT MAKES HER VERY COMPELLING TO WATCH.'
Spy in the Stalls
'BURROWS WAS THE STANDOUT PERFORMER, WITH REAL CONNECTION AND INTENTION WITH EVERY MOMENT SHE TOOK, BEAUTIFUL VOCALS, AND AN AIR OF TRUE PERFORMANCE STYLE.'
London Theatre Reviews
'THE ACTING IS OF THE HIGHEST ORDER... BUT IT IS BETH BURROWS AS ANNE DENNIS WHO TAKES THE PERFORMANCE HONOURS. SHE GIVES A SEARING PERFORMANCE AND MAKES IT LOOK QUITE EFFORTLESS. A TREMENDOUS ACHIEVEMENT.'
London Pub Theatres
'A STRONG PERFORMANCE IS SEEN IN BETH BURROWS AS PRINCESS MARIA WHOSE GORGEOUS VOICE (WHICH HAS A TOUCH OF JULIE ANDREWS ABOUT IT) CONTRASTS WONDERFULLY WITH HER CHARACTERS’ COMEDIC AWKWARDNESS.'
West End Best Friend
DOUBLE AWARD-NOMINATED ACTOR
OFFIE-NOMINATED FOR BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE
Beth received an Off West End Award nomination for her performance as Joan Fletcher in the European premiere of 'Strike Up the Band'.
OFFIE-NOMINATED FOR BEST SUPPORTING ROLE
Beth received an Off West End Award nomination for her performance as Princess Maria in the UK revival of Irving Berlin's 'Call Me Madam'.
She appeared alongside Rosemary Ashe and Richard Gibson.
BETH'S ORIGINAL SHOWS
Beth has created two critically-acclaimed shows about famous faces from Golden Hollywood. 'Sirens of the Silver Screen' and 'Luck Be a Lady' use story, song and cinema to uncover the secret lives of Hollywood legends.
LUCK BE A LADY
'If someone can let Cameron Mackintosh or Andrew Lloyd Webber know that they're missing out BIG time with Burrows, they can find her at the White Bear Theatre' ★★★★★ West End Best Friend
'Behind every successful man is a strong woman'
Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra dominated the stage and screen in the mid 20th Century. But beside and behind these golden gentlemen were a plethora of powerful, patient women who enabled their success.
'Luck Be a Lady' premiered at the White Bear Theatre, London from 28th June - 3rd July 2021 to rave reviews. It transferred to Upstairs at the Gatehouse in October 2021.
SIRENS OF THE SILVER SCREEN
SIRENS OF THE SILVER SCREEN
'Burrows gives an exceptional performance... This is a well thought out, eye-opening tribute to three legends of Old Hollywood' ★★★★ Spy in the Stalls
Prepare to be transported to a world of Old Hollywood glamour. Where fame, fate and misfortune collide...
Judy. Audrey. Marilyn. These female fatales live again as Beth takes on each infamous woman, performing their most loved songs and shedding light on the shadowy secrets that stalked their careers.
Are you ready for glitz, glamour and a few grim truths?
The show has enjoyed two critically-acclaimed London runs and toured internationally.
Visit www.sirenstheshow.com for more information.