Rosemary Ashe


Rosie grew up in Lowestoft, Suffolk and trained at The Royal Academy of Music and The London Opera Centre.

Her credits include: 'Adrian Mole' (Ambassadors Theatre), 'The Phantom of the Opera' (Her Majesty’s Theatre/Cameron Mackintosh), 'Les Miserables' (Palace Theatre/Cameron Mackintosh), 'When We Are Married' (The Garrick), 'Oliver!' (West End/Cameron Mackintosh), 'The Witches of Eastwick' (Drury Lane Theatre/Cameron Mackintosh), 'Committee' (Donmar Warehouse), 'The House of Elliot' (BBC), 'The Beggar's Opera' (BBC), and 'Doctors' (BBC).

Rosie was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical in ‘The Witches of Eastwick.’


  • Height: 5' 4 (163cm)
  • Weight: 9st 2lb (58.1kg)
  • Playing Age: 55 - 70
  • Eye Colour: Blue-Grey
  • Hair Colour: Blonde
  • Hair Length: Mid Length
  • Appearance: White


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Rosie was nominated for an Olivier Award for 'Best Supporting Actress' in a Musical in ‘The Witches of Eastwick.’



Doctors, Esmeralda Bronwyn-Jones, BBC, (director: Gary Williams)

Carmen, Frasquita, Image Entertainments, (director: Gavin Taylor)

Monster TV, Cynthia Cyclops, BBC Television, (director: Jeremy Swan)

An Audience With Ronnie Corbett, Guest Singer, LWT

The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends, CBS, (director: Jack Spikes)

The Beggar's Opera, Lucy Lockitt, BBC Television, (director: Jonathan Miller)

Cosi Fan Tutte, Despina, BBC Television, (director: Jonathan Miller)

The Garden of Evelyn, Nell Gwynne, Channel 4, (director: Brian Izzard)

House of Eliott, Ellie McCabe, BBC Television, (director: Jeremy Silberston)


MY FAIR LADY, Mrs Pearce – Teatro Massimo (director: Paul Curran)

Adrian Mole, Grandma Mole, Ambassadors Theatre, (director: Luke Sheppard)

Tonight At 8.30, Mrytle Bagot, Lilli Pepper, Clare Wedderburn, Jermyn St Theatre, (director: Tom Littler)

Committee, Kate Hoey, Donmar Warehouse, (director: Adam Penford)

Sister Act, Sister Mary Lazarus, Jamie Wilson Productions, (director: Craig Revel Horwood)

The Great American Trailer Park, Betty, Waterloo East Theatre, (director: Garry Lake)

Crush The Musical, Miss Bleacher, Belgrade Theatre, (director: Anna Linstrum)

Adrian Mole, Grandma Mole, Leicester Curve, (director: Luke Sheppard)

The Witches of Eastwick, Felicia, Watermill, Newbury, (director: Craig Revel Horwood)

There's No Place Like A Home, Joyce, The Mill at Sonning, (director: Paul Elliott)

HMS Pinafore, Little Buttercup, Raymond Gubbay, (director: Simon Butteriss)

Dames at Sea, Mona, Union Theatre, (director: Kirk Jameson)

When We Are Married, Lottie Grady, Guildford & West-End for Nimax/Duncan Weldon, (director: Chris Luscombe)

Noises Off, Dotty, Wolsey Ipswich, (director: Peter Rowe)

Stepping Out, Mrs Fraser, UK Tour, (director: Richard Baron)

The Bed Before yesterday, Lolly, The Mill at Sonning, (director: Julian Woolford)

Sister Act The Musical (Workshop, Sister Mary Lazarus,Stage Entertainment, (director: Peter Scheider)

Snow White, The Wicked Queen, Norwich Theatre Royal, (director: Richard Gauntlett)

Sweeney Todd, Mrs Lovett, Gothenburg Opera House Sweden, (director: Staffan Aspegren)

Stepping Out, Mrs Fraser, Derby Playhouse, (director: Steven Dexter)

Sweeney Todd, Beggar Woman, Royal Festival Hall, (director: David Freeman)

The Pirates of Penzance, Ruth, Carl Rosa Opera Company, UK & USA Tours, (directors: Peter Mulloy/Steve Elias)

My Fair Lady, Mrs Higgins, Bronowksi Productions, (director: Nikolai Foster)

Mary Poppins (Original Cast), Miss Andrew 2004 - 2006, Cameron Mackintosh, (director: Richard Eyre)

Floradora, Lady Holyrood, Finborough Theatre, (director: Nina Brazier)

Les Miserables, Madame Thenardier, Cameron Mackintosh

The Witches Of Eastwick (Olivier Nominated), Felicia Gabriel 2000 - 2001, Cameron Mackintosh, (director: Eric Schaeffer)

Noises Off, Dottie Otley, Salisbury Playhouse Theatre, (director: Peter Rowe)

Spend Spend Spend!, Viv Nicholson, West Yorkshire Playhouse, (director: Justin Green)

13 Rue de L'amour, Mdme Spritzer, Northampton Theatre Royal, (director: Alan Cohen)

Nunsense, Sister Mary Amnesia, Farnham Redgrave Theatre, (director: Roger Redfarn)

Oliver!, Widow Corney, Cameron Mackintosh, (director: Sam Mendes)

La Belle Vivette, Zou Zou, English National Opera, (director: Ian Judge)

The Phantom of The Opera (Original Cast), Carlotta, Cameron Mackintosh Limited, (director: Hal Prince)


Friday Night is Music Night (Regular Performer), BBC Radio 2



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