Jayne O’Mahony

Jayne O’Mahony is a well-established performer in the West End, having started her career at the tender age of nine when she created the role of Young Cosette in the original production of Les Misérables at the Barbican. She later returned to the cast at the Palace Theatre, London to perform the role of Adult Cosette, becoming the first artist ever to have played both roles, holding the accolade to this day.

O’Mahony played the role of the Mistress in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita in the UK tour starring Marti Webb, and later travelled to Oslo Spectrum Arena to star in the same role alongside John Barrowman. She was a soloist for the Danny Kaye Awards hosted by the late Audrey Hepburn and came first for Best Children’s Song. She was also a runner-up on Bob Says Opportunity Knocks for the BBC. She trained at Redroofs Theatre School in Maidenhead alongside Oscar winner Kate Winslet.

As a concert artist, O’Mahony has sung all over the world with many top orchestras, performing in concerts in Moscow, Taiwan, Dubai, Oslo, Singapore, China, Finland and Bahrain. Closer to home, she has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, and has had the privilege to perform for Princess Diana.

O’Mahony is an original company member of the touring concert show Masters of the House which has toured throughout the UK for several years. She performs regularly in Singapore, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpa with The Stars of the West End, and is a resident jazz performer at The Wellesley, Hyde Park in London.

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