Ellis was the first British Elphaba and won a prized What's on Stage award when she returned to the production last year.With an audience made up of fans and locals alike, Kerry took to the stage in the glorious Medieval Hall which was adorned with candles and a grand piano for an impressive acoustic concert of classic songs from the musicals.

For the Halloween night of Salisbury's fantastic Celebrate Voice festival, organiser Lynsey Docherty achieved a real coup by offering an intimate evening with one of the most famous leading ladies in British musical theatre history, Kerry Ellis.

Known by many as the First lady of the West End, Ellis has played some of the most highly coveted roles of the musical theatre genre, including Nancy in Oliver, Eliza Doolittle in My Fair lady and most recently Grizabella in Cats at the London Palladium.

The character for which the singer is most acclaimed however, is that of the green witch Elphaba in the smash hit musical Wicked, both in the West End and on Broadway.

Tie Your Mother Down and We Are the Champions got the audience foot-tapping and swaying along en mass, arms raised, for a sizzling finale.

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Kerry Ellis & Brian May — Anthems Birmingham Symphony Hall There were standing ovations for number after number as Queen guitar legend and musical theatre star turned rock chick Kerry Ellis really raised the roof at Birmingham's Symphony Hall.

May was obviously a magnet for die-hard Queen fans but Ellis has attracted a whole new legion of fans of her own after May cast the Wicked actress in the Queen show We Will Rock You.