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Introducing Sue Kennett ...
For many music lovers, Sue needs no introduction because she chose to make singing her career when she was just seven years old. Two years later she did her first one woman show. Since then, she has gone from strength to strength.
Sue was classically trained and studied with Fabian Smith at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She was also coached by Jonathan Hinden at Glyndebourne. But her repertoire is now extremely versatile and she is equally comfortable with opera, music hall, cabaret, jazz, swing, musical theatre or sacred music - all of which have been in great demand throughout her career.
Sue does regular appearances with Brick Lane Music Hall, the Hiss and Boo Company, the Paper Moon Company and Variety Collective. She has completed five national tours with the Jasperian Theatre; she has performed at the Edinburgh Festival and has appeared at the famous Leeds City Variety with Ted Rogers.
During many appearances throughout the country, Sue has entertained audiences alongside famous artistes like Joan Regan, Vince Hill, Susan Maughan, the Bachelors, Paul Daniels, Roy Hudd and the late Russ Conway.
She celebrated the Queen's Jubilee at Richmond Theatre for the Hiss and Boo Company alongside Danny La Rue and also at the Queen Mother's 100th birthday celebrations. The Grand Order of Water Rats invited Sue to sing for the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor, thus complimenting her royal engagements.
Sue also gained a unique credit as the only singer ever to appear in 'Golden Swords' at the Globe Theatre in London. She had parts in Crocodile Shoes and The Bill and she took the female lead in Clausafomia which won the best short film category at the Le Mans film festival - and award she received at BAFTA.
Equally at home working with orchestras, bands, trios, solo piano or self-contained, Sue continues to entertain and she is always happy to
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