A Night of 100 Voices with Debra Stephenson
A night with many well-known names through one talented voice...
IT'S not every day during the course of one interview that you get the chance to talk to Paloma Faith, Fiona Bruce, Sandy Toksvig and Sarah Millican.
But then, it's not every day that the person on the other end of the line is Debra Stephenson, star of the hit TV impressions show Dead Ringers plus super soap Coronation Street and drama Bad Girls.
Debra, 43, is preparing for her most ambitious project yet, a spectacular theatre show - Night of One Hundred Voices.
"It is going to be hugely demanding," she said, "I really will be doing 100 different voices during the evening."
Backed by the James Stead Orchestra, Debra will be able to indulge her great love of singing as she recreates the songs of Ella Fitzgerald, Sandy Shaw and Kate Bush.
"Oh, having an orchestra is a total indulgence on my part," she laughed. "I'll be taking the audience on a musical journey through the decades as some of my favourite singers - and that's just the first half of the show.
"The second half will concentrate more on movie stars and TV personalities."