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Kerry Ellis

“I’ve never been out of work before”
When the pandemic hit in March, Kerry Ellis was out of work for the first time since leaving drama school. The singer and performer talks about being spotted by Brian May, understudying for Martine McCutcheon in My Fair Lady and dealing with enthusiastic Wicked fans

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