Arts & Culture

Lizzie Bea on taking the lead in Hairspray

The hit musical, Hairspray has opened in the West End after being put on pause for a year due to the pandemic.

The show is being staged at the London Coliseum and Lizzie Bea is taking on her first major west end role as Tracy Turnblad, starring alongside Michael Ball who plays her mother.

Lizzie has been chatting to Alicia about being part of the show.

Hairspray is on now at the London Coliseum in the West End.

Tanya Francis 29th June 2021

TagArts & Culture, TagProfile Interviews, LocationWestminster

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