Joining the show starting its third year as Eliza Doolittle, after the previous two actresses had both received Best Actress Oliviers for the part was never going to be easy, yet the only surprise was that Laura did not pick up the third consecutive award herself. Enthusiastic reviews for Lauras portrayal of Eliza followed her first night and it was the greatest shame when, one balmy August evening, this West End gem with its finest cast performed its last night; leaving the West End lacking one of its greatest shows and the finest performance of "I Could Have Danced All Night" there will ever be.

Latest News

Laura releases There Was A Time for download

Lauras first album The Storm Inside will be released on May 1st

Check the News page for the latest info

 

 

Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph 26 March 2003

Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph 26 March 2003 Kelly announces herself as a starů She's beautiful, sexy, funny and forthright, and her singing is a joy. The wonderfully strong and confident high-note climax to I Could Have Danced All Night sends shivers down the spine.

Nicholas de Jongh, Evening Standard 25 March 2003

I am seduced and smitten by My Fair Lady all over again. Miss Kelly is quite the most poignant, affecting Eliza I have ever seen. Even Audrey Hepburn in the exquisite film version was not quite so striking in her desolation and vulnerability.