Interview

Musical Theatre Cabaret Month – INTERVIEW – Emily Bronte and Horrible Histories Music

This month we have a very exciting theme to celebrate the month of loooove. (yes, it is Valentines Day month if you haven’t remembered.) Here on The Phoenix Remix we like to take the ideology of that love day that the month is famously known for an actually focus on topics and passion projects of others.

This month we talk to Jenni Winter who is part of the Musical Theatre Cabaret. She has done many live shows as well as performing as a musician alongside improv shows in Newcastle with The Suggestibles. Since the United Kingdom has been in lockdown Jenni has been hosting live shows through Facebook taking requests and performing them live. In the last part of our interview we do a good ole fashioned quick fire round.


If you could have any three people (dead or alive) over for dinner – who would they be?

Emily Bronte, Mary Shelley, Mum

What’s the best piece advice you’ve received?

Be honest. Honesty is always the best policy.

Do you have any pets?

2 beautiful cats, Oscar and Roxy. They despise me.

If you could be from any other decade (or era), which would it be?

Definitely the 1940s!

If you had to have a tattoo to represent improv what would you have and why?

Maybe a Top Hat – to represent the theatre- and a big question mark – to represent the improv? Probably just the Top Hat.

What’s on your music playlists right now?

The Horrible Histories songs. I can’t get enough of Richie Webb’s genius! 

Your favourite lyric from a song?

“Look for the bare necessities, the simple bare necessities”

Who would play you in the movie of your life?

Oh Juliet  Stevenson please. I’ve admired her ever since I saw Truly, Madly, Deeply as a teenager. I think she’s an incredible actress. 

If you had one superpower, what would it be?

The power to smash the patriarchy! 


On the 7th March 2021, Jenni will be holding a live show on her Facebook page – go here for more details www.Facebook.com/musicaltheatrecabaret

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