Erin Clare is poised to enthrall audiences as she steps into the iconic role of the English girl in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tell Me On A Sunday. The one-woman show, featuring lyrics by Don Black, promises an unforgettable journey through the heart of New York City's bustling streets and the tumultuous emotions of its protagonist.

Directed by Blazey Best and under the musical supervision of Guy Simpson, Tell Me On A Sunday is set to grace the intimate stage of Hayes Theatre Co from April 12 onwards. With David Gardos as musical director, Ella Butler handling set and costume design, and Kelsey Lee in charge of lighting design, the production boasts a noteworthy team ready to bring this timeless classic to life.

Following in the footsteps of esteemed performers like Bernadette Peters, Gaye MacFarlane, and Sarah Brightman, Erin Clare steps into the spotlight, ready to make her mark on the role. With a repertoire that includes standout performances in 9 to 5, We Will Rock You, Heathers, and A Little Night Music, Clare brings a wealth of experience and talent to the stage.

Tell Me On A Sunday follows the journey of a young woman in pursuit of success, companionship, and love in the bustling metropolis of New York. As she navigates the city's maze-like streets and grapples with her own anxieties and heartaches, she begins to question whether she's been searching for love in all the wrong places.

Director Blazey Best reflects on the significance of this production, telling this blog, "Tell Me On A Sunday was such a momentous cultural moment when I was a kid. A journey through a young woman’s fears, rage, lust, joy, and ultimate self-discovery, decades before television brought us Sex And The City and Fleabag. This is a unique opportunity to see this tour-de-force performance from the phenomenally talented Erin Clare in the intimacy of the Hayes space."

For Erin Clare, taking on the role is a privilege and a challenge. "I am beyond delighted to breathe new life into such an iconic role, with a score so rich in detail, it has truly stood the test of time," she told us here at That Show Blog. "I couldn't be more honoured and excited to work with this team of creatives."

Featuring beloved musical numbers like Take That Look Off Your Face, It’s Not the End of the World, and Tell Me On A Sunday, this award-winning production promises an evening of enchantment and emotion.

Season Details:

Performances from April 12
Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm
Thursday Matinee 1pm Saturday Matinee 2pm
Sunday 5pm

Wednesday 24 April 1pm matinee
Thursday 25 April (Anzac Day) 5pm

Bookings: or phone 02 8065 7337