The West End star is releasing brand new album One Voice in aid of the Breast Cancer Haven charity. 

Siobhan Dillon, who was last seen in the West End and Broadway starring alongside Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard is releasing her brand new album in support of the Breast Cancer Haven charity.

Having risen to fame in 2006 when she performed in the BBC1 talent show series ‘How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, she has performed in numerous productions including playing the roles of Sandy in ‘Grease’ at the Piccadilly Theatre, Vivienne Kensington in ‘Legally Blonde’ at the Savoy Theatre, Sally Bowles in ‘Cabaret’, Molly in ‘Ghost the Musical’ at the Piccadilly Theatre, Ellen in ‘Miss Saigon’, and Betty Schaefer in ‘Sunset Boulevard’ at the London Coliseum.

Four years in the making, this new album comes following the actress’s own battle with cancer. To create the album she teamed up with renowned producer Steve Anderson (producer/musical director for Kylie Minogue for over 20 years, along with Steps, Westlife, Leona Lewis Luke Evans and Susan Boyle) to put together a collection of songs that have meaning to her.

The eleven tracks include: “She Used to be Mine” by Sara Bareilles from her musical “Waitress”, Roxette’s “It Must Have Been Love”, “Mad World”, originally performed by Tears For Fears, Roberta Flack’s “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” and “Without You” from the
musical “Rent”.

Talking about the album Siobhan said: “I’ve been writing songs and recording all sorts of music since I was 17 and was lucky enough to have a record deal with Universal when I was 22, but it felt like someone else’s dream. As appealing as the idea of being a recording artist was, the songs never really resonated with me. It didn’t feel right and so i came to the conclusion that I wasn’t “doing it properly” Something just felt wrong.It was only after my experience with breast cancer in 2015 that I was able to drop the idea of what a recording should sound like and how a story should be told and honestly, I started telling stories that I wanted to tell because I let them resonate with me.”

One Voice is available to download through Amazon, Apple Music and Spotify