One part pop diva and one part Little Voice, Elouise is a vocal tour-de-force. Little Belter, her brand new show, has its residency in the legendary Madame Jo Jo’s in the West End as well as playing a UK-wide tour in early 2012.
A celebration of the legendary artists that have inspired Elouise to find her own voice and destiny, the show takes us on a candid, sequin-spangled journey, telling stories of growing up, the singer’s inspirations and why, ultimately, she could not do anything but sing. Little Belter sees the petite northerner perform unique versions of classic and epic torch ballads by the likes of Judy Garland and Dusty Springfield.
Despite her tiny frame Elouise has always had an incredibly powerful singing voice, which ultimately led to her being nicknamed ‘a little belter’ from childhood. In the show she performs twenty of her favourite songs ranging from Barbra Streisand’s “Don’t Rain on My Parade” to Lady GaGa’s “Born This Way”. Whether it be a huge James Bond medley or an intimate torch ballad, Elouise celebrates iconic anthems of love, sorrow, revenge, passion and hope.
Directors: Elouise Freeman, Steve Anderson, Terry Ronald, Bobby Hanlon
Musical Director/Arrangements: Steve Anderson and Francis Goodhand
Written by Terry Ronald
Brass Arrangements: Graeme Blevins , Steve Anderson and Francis Goodhand
Vocal Arrangements: Terry Ronald
Choreography: Nikki Pollington
Elouise – “Little Belter”
Alex Taylor Robertson – Vocals/Dancer
Bonita Delaney – Vocals/Dancer
Alan Lambie – Dancer
Jono Cordin – Dancer