Claire Moore


Claire most recently played Babs in The Great British Bake Off Musical, at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre, and is delighted to reprise the role here at the Noël Coward Theatre.

Prior to that she played Felicia in the Staged Concert of The Witches of Eastwick at the Sondheim Theatre.

Other theatre and concert work includes: Mary Poppins (Miss Andrew) Prince Edward Theatre; Follies (Hattie Walker) National Theatre, Olivier; Oklahoma (Aunt Ellen) Grange Park Opera; On the town, BBC Proms (Madame Dilly) Royal Albert Hall; Sondheim on Sondheim (European Premiere) Festival Hall London; The Girls (Chris) Phoenix Theatre – Olivier nomination – Best Actress in a Musical; London Road National Theatre, Cottesloe and Olivier (WhatsOnStage Best Ensemble Award); A Song Cycle for Soho (Revue) Soho Theatre; The Mikado (Katisha) Festival Hall London, Symphony Hall Birmingham, Bridgewater Hall Manchester; Les Misérables (Fantine and Mme. Thenardier) Palace Theatre, Queen’s Theatre; Follies (Sally) Landor Theatre; Peter Pan (Mrs Darling) Festival Hall London; The King and I (Anna Leonowens) London Palladium; The Betrayal of Nora Blake (Nora) Jermyn St. Theatre; Oliver! (Nancy) London Palladium; Evita (Eva Peron) Rock Szinhaz Budapest; The Card (Ruth) Watermill Newbury; Putting it Together Old Fire Station Oxford; Jesus Christ Superstar 20th Anniversary Concert Tour (Mary Magdalene); Miss Saigon (Ellen) Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Born Again (Daisy) Chichester Festival Theatre; The Phantom of the Opera (Christine) Her Majesty’s Theatre; The Duchess of Malfi, The Real Inspector Hound/The Critic, The Cherry Orchard all National Theatre; Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey) Comedy Theatre; Camelot (Nimue) Apollo Victoria; Talent (Julie) Wythenshawe Forum.

TV and Film includes: London Road (Councillor Carole); A Christmas Carol, Hallmark Films (Mrs Fezziwig), Joy to the World; Have you Met Miss Jones?; Visiting Day; and the documentaries for The Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon.

Claire performs regularly in concert, cabaret and on the radio, and can be heard on many recordings. She is proud to have performed for Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on two Royal Variety shows and at Windsor Castle for the Entente Cordiale.

Claire is also much in demand as a vocal coach for both theatre and TV.

She trained at the Royal Northern College of Music with Joseph Ward.