Niamh Perry


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Niamh was a finalist on BBC’s “I’d Do Anything” in 2008, competing for the role of Nancy in Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Oliver!

Recent theatre credits include Mary in The Beautiful Game (Union Theatre, London- 2014 BroadwayWorld.com nomination for Best Actress); Johanna in Sweeney Todd (West Yorkshire Playhouse & Manchester Royal Exchange); Kim in London revival of Taboo (2012 BraodwayWorld.com Award nomination for Best Featured Actress); creating the role in the World Premiere of Nichola Lloyd Webber and James D Reid's The Little Prince (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); creating the role of Fleck in Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre); Sophie in MAMMA MIA! (Prince of Wales); Eponine in Les Misérables (Jersey) and Belle in the original cast of Only The Brave (Edinburgh Fringe Festival).

 In concert, Niamh was a Soloist in Lord Lloyd Webbers 60th Birthday, Concert in Hyde Park (BBC Radio 2), Soloist in Proms in the Park (Belfast), 'Thank You For The Music' in Hyde Park (BBC Radio 2) and  'Lost Child' in Requiem for the Lost Child (St Paul’s Cathedral). During 2010/11 Niamh also supported Lee Mead on his Nothing Else Matters Album concert tour and was featured as a special guest on Friday Night is Music Night (BBC Radio 2) and has had many other TV and radio appearances throughout the UK.

In March 2011, she played the Wedding Singer in Frankinstein's Wedding for BBC 3 as well as featuring in “Out Of The Blue” on BBC NI.

 Niamh can be heard on the concept albums of "Only The Brave", “A Song Cycle For Solo” and "Love Never Dies" and as a keen singer songwriter working under the name Neeve, she has co-written with the likes of Lene Marlin, Nick Lloyd Webber and David C Clements.

 She is proud to be the Young Persons Patron for her chosen charity MT4Uth.