Nina Kristofferson ‘Timeles

30 August 2019 7:00pm 8:30pm

Nina Kristofferson Has been described by The Times as ‘hypnotizing, captivating, electrifying’, International actress, singer and writer of her self-penned one woman show ‘Nina Kristofferson’s Billie Holiday Story’ received an Award – Nominations from WhatOnStage Awards, 5 Stars, Sold-Out – West End Season, outstanding critical and public acclaim is welcomed back to THE PHEASANTRY with her stunning 5 star show ‘Timeless’ which is a beautiful selection of songs from the jazz, pop, musical theatre, classical era and more.

Nina Kristofferson has won Awards – Nominations and critical & public acclaim as an accomplished actress and singer of many styles encompassing Jazz & Blues to Opera. Some of Nina’s extensive theatre and TV credits include playing Billie Holiday in “Nina Kristofferson’s Billie Holiday Story” (West End & No. 1 Tour), Mrs Vanderkieft in The Sting (Wiltons Music Hall’, Medea in “Medea” (Northern Broadsides UK tour), Bess in “Porgy & Bess” (USA), Cleopatra in “Anthony & Cleopatra” (Birmingham), Liz Imbrie “In High Society” (Regent’s Park & West End) Paula Symons in “Doctors” for the BBC, Valerie Ronson in World of Darkness Documentary Feature Film and is the Voice of Eve on the new Dance of Death, Du Lac & Fey Game out on Stream. She will also be performing, Nina Kristofferson’s Billie Holiday Story at The Latitude Festival 21st July 2019.

“Nina Kristofferson, as a slinky, smoky chanteuse-narrator, holds it all together…” – The Times

“Stylish, thrillingly talented and a superb performer” – Close-Up Culture

‘Electrifying, spine -tingling, sparkling 5* – International Art – Culture – Tourism

“Some Splendid smoky singing from Nina Kristofferson” –

“Nina Kristofferson as a seductive-looking blues singer punctuates the action and narrates in sub-Damon-Runyon-ese” – JohnnyFox, CriticalMass

“It’s really great to get treated to Nina Kristofferson’s bold and silky voice and sassy narration.” – Grumpy Gay Critic

“Mesmerising” – Absolute Radio

“Humorous, Believable Performance’” – Gay Times

“A Hugely Moving Production” – Afridiziak