Pat Egan Management presents
An Evening With Rebecca Storm
Rebecca has established herself as the First Lady of Irish Musical Theatre – through a string of brilliant performances in Blood Brothers, Evita and the Streisand Songbook.
From the tender age of two, Rebecca has always loved to sing. After studying music and drama she formed her own Band and toured England and Europe singing mainly folk and rock songs. At twenty three she auditioned for her first musical show, Blood Brothers, and although a little young to play "Mrs Johnstone" - Liverpudlian Catholic mother of seven children - the author Willie Russell (Shirley Valentine, Educating Rita) we're so captivated by her voice he insisted wardrobe and make-up went to work to "age" the young actress.
Gaining rave reviews, Rebecca was capitulated into the world of musical Theatre, playing some of the most demanding roles ever written for leading ladies: Eva Peron in Evita, Fantine in Les Miserables, Grizabella in Cats, Florence in Chess, Rose in Aspects of Love, Edith Piaf in Piaf, Joan of Arc in Jeanne and more...
Her recording career began in 1985 with a top 20 single “Putting on the Show”, quickly followed by "Mr Love", the soundtrack from the David Puttnam film of the same name. Rebecca has been presented awards for her albums Ovation, Broadway by Storm and Ireland by Storm.
On Television, she has enjoyed a wide and varied career, appearing as Guest on numerous Variety Shows and her own hour-long specials: "An Evening with Rebecca Storm", and "Rebecca At The Cork Opera House"
Over the past ten years Rebecca has toured all around the World, selling out in numerous Theatres, including the Glasgow Concert Hall, The Point Theatre Dublin, The Olavshallen Theatre Norway and many more....
Off stage Rebecca shares her home in the beautiful county of Kildare Ireland with her Partner Kenny Shearer, a musician, arranger, songwriter and Producer, and she is the proudest mum to Becky Roberts who is a teacher and a singer/songwriter.