RECENT and upcoming events

08/06/2019 - Kate has her last 2 shows as Tanya in Mamma Mia at the Novello Theatre today! She is having a break to spend more time with Herbie, her little boy, who has just turned 4 and starts school in September. She will be opening up her books for more private students over the next couple of weeks so please call or email for her new availability if you are interested.

24/04/2019 - Kate and the cast of Mamma Mia are performing on ‘This Morning” with Holly and Phil today! Catch us if you can!

07/04/2019 - Kate and her fellow Dynamos, Ricky Butt and Sara Poyzer are presenting 2 awards tonight at Theatre’s biggest night - The Olivier Awards!

06/04/2019 - Gala performance at the Novello Theatre to celebrate 20 Years of Mamma Mia in the West End

23/12/18 - Kate and her partner Adrian Revell got married today!!!! Congratulations!

11/12/2018 - The cast of Mamma Mia will be performing Christmas Carols today for residents of Denville Hall

07/12/18 - Kate is performing at the Women in Film and Television Awards today

09/2018 - Kate is very proud and pleased to be part of the vocal faculty at the newly launched Momentum Performing Arts Academy. See www.momentumpaa.com for more details.

11/06/2018 - New cast of Mamma Mia open the Novello Theatre, London. Kate will continue in her role as ‘Tanya’.

18/3/2018 - Kate is performing with her fellow Dynamos at the Mousetrap Theatre Gala Concert.

09/07/2017 - Kate is the featured soloist for ‘Brass on Broadway’ at Gala Theatre Durham with the Scottish Swing Orchestra

12/06/2017 - OPENING NIGHT as Tanya in Mamma Mia at the Novello Theatre London. See www.mamma-mia.com for booking information.

08/05/2017 - Kate is in Rehearsal to reprise her role as ‘Tanya’ in Mamma Mia (Novello Theatre, London)’

1/2017 - Kate is recording the film soundtrack for ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ due for release Christmas 2018.

18-19/12/2106 - Kate is singing at the Royal Albert Hall with Capital Voices in the Raymond Gubbay Christmas season

10/12/2016 - Kate is performing with Capital Voices and the BBC Concert Orchestra in a special BBC adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ starring Mark Gatiss, Lee Ingleby, Rosie Cavaliero and Rosalie Craig.

28/10/2016 - Kate is back in Mrs Wimp’s apron for another development workshop of ‘Bananaman The Musical’.

08/2016 - Kate has returned on standby for certain performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

06/07/2016 - Kate performed with Capital Voices and the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Hackney Empire in 'A Tribute to Cy Coleman" for Radio 2 Friday Night is Music Night. Broadcast date15/07/16.

06/04/2016 - Kate sang the role of 'Ashera' in the launch of a new work by Diane Samuels and Maurice Chernick - 'Song of Dina', at JW3.

19/3/2016 - Kate performed with 'Mamma Mia' as one of the Dynamos in the "End of the Show Show" for 'Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.

2/2/2016 - Kate appeared as 'Mrs Wimp' in a workshop performance of a new show "Bananaman the Musical"

23/12/2015 - Kate was the soloist for the Raymond Gubbay 'Christmas Carol Singalong' at the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls.

13/12/2015 - Kate performed as part of Capital Voices in the Friday Night is Music Night Rodgers and Hammerstein Gala "An Enchanted Evening".

May 2015- Kate began her most challenging role to date, that of mum to her baby boy, Herbie.

March 2015 - Kate performed her last shows as (a very pregnant!) Cherry Sunday in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London. A role she has been enjoying nightly since creating it with the Original London Cast of the show in 2013.

Reviews and Press

Without question, Raymond Gubbay’s Christmas Carol Singalong in Glasgow yesterday afternoon was the best show of it’s species the promoter has ever staged in the city... Soprano Kate Graham did a superb job breaching the gulf between classical and popular styles (seamlessly)...
— Michael Tumelty, Herald Scotland, 24th Dec 2015
- the stars of the show are the duo Rosie (Leanne Rogers) and Tanya (Kate Graham), Donna’s old-school sidekicks. The pair’s comic timing and hilarious on-stage relationship makes the performance a laugh a minute and instantly satisfying
— Catrin Shi, The Guardian, 18th November 2010
The talented cast, and there are only seven of them in all, are all spot on... Kate Graham, in the role of Mrs Cratchit, is very believable and she makes a beautiful and serene first ghost...
— Maggie Constable, The Reviews Hub, 1st Dec 2012