Three friends have come together to unite their voices once again onstage... All of them have been known for playing lead roles in the smash hit musicals in London's West End... Gia as Princess Nala in "The Lion King"... Cez and Maya in the legendary role of Kim in "Miss Saigon"... Motherhood and family life have not stopped these women from singing their hearts out in some of the most show stopping performances making this act a class of its own.


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On Tuesday the 8th of October, 2013, WEST END MAMAS were awarded BEST NEW GROUP in the 26th Annual Aliw Awards...

Thank you to all who have helped us come this far!

You know who you are!!!

 

Cez Bonner

 

CEZ has played the legendary role of Kim in MISS SAIGON spanning the 3 continents of Asia, Australia and Europe which includes London's West End run. She has also played the lead roles of Mabel in THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE at the Savoy Theatre in London and the roles of Tuptim and Lady Thiang in the "THE KING AND I". Other lead roles include Tiger Lily in PETER PAN and Princess Jasmine in ALLADIN.

Gia Atchison

 

GIA was in the original cast of THE LION KING for 5 years where she played the lead role of Princess Nala in numerous performances. She has also performed both the roles of Gigi and Ellen in the West End run of MISS SAIGON. Other lead roles include, Mary Magdalene in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, Cosette in LES MISERABLES, Luisa in THE FANTASTIKS, and Clara in the Asian Premiere of Sondheim's PASSION.

Maya Duffy

 

MAYA performed the legendary lead role of Kim in MISS SAIGON for many years around the UK and London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane. She has also played the lead role of Eponine in the Asian Premiere of LES MISERABLES. Other lead roles include the roles of Dorothy in THE WIZ, and Ti Muone in ONCE ON THIS ISLAND. She was also in the cast of THE LION KING in London for several years.