Julie Armstrong trained at the Royal Academy of Music.
For the National Theatre: Follies, Network and Roald Dahl’s The Witches
In London’s West End: From Here to Eternity, Follies, Billy Elliot, Jolson, Chess and West Side Story
Other theatre includes: Elixir at the Other Palace; Saving Jason at Park Theatre; Spend Spend Spend at the Union; Annie at artsdepot; Stepping Out at the Gatehouse; The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at Greenwich; Mrs Henderson Presents at Theatre Royal Bath; King Pit at Sage, Gateshead; Evita in Beirut; The Snow Queen at Settle; Merrily We Roll Along and Chicago at Leicester Haymarket; The Cheeky Chappie at The Haymarket, Basingstoke; Just So at the Watermill; and UK tours of Scrooge, Spring, Port of Wine and Of Mice and Men
Close and True, Hero of the Hour, Chucklevision, Crimewatch and The Two Ronnies
Snow White, Follies, Dear Stranger, London Road and From Here to Eternity
Recordings and Radio
Follies, King Pit, From Here to Eternity, Merrily We Roll Along, Jolson and Scrooge
Spend Spend Spend – Off West End nomination
In 2003, Julie Armstrong was awarded an Hon ARAM from the Royal Academy of Music for her contribution to musical theatre.
(Published November 2023. Photo: Nick James)