Following dates in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington and New Jersey, screen legend Lynda Carter, best known for playing the iconic role of Wonder Woman in the hit TV series, returns to the West End for her first solo appearance in 30 years for two nights only on 17 and 18 September 2010 at the Garrick Theatre, to celebrate her solo album, At Last.
Lynda Carter: At Last is a rare musical evening with a living legend. Join Lynda as she infuses some of her favourite music with her own inimitable passion and style. In a true homage to her musical heroes, this critically lauded singer, whose successful sell-out concerts throughout America are second only to her global status as part of a true TV phenomenon, is backed by a live band on stage, showcasing her vocal talent at its very best.
Arriving in the West End ahead of any other international dates, Lynda Carter: At Last will be seen for the first time outside of America, offering Londoners a truly special experience.
Lynda Carter is an American actress best known internationally for playing the title character in the 1970s TV series Wonder Woman. She first came to the fore as a singer in the late 1970s when she released her first album Portrait, and sang two of its songs in the 1979 Wonder Woman episode, ‘Amazon Hot Wax’. She released her second solo album At Last thirty years later and has recently toured the US playing venues including Feinstein’s at Loews Regency and Lincoln Center in New York and the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.