Frances
Ruffelle

CV

Theatre

Queenie 
Producer Paul Taylor-Mills
Director Drew McOnie
The Other Palace
Herself  
Crazy Coqs
Paula 
Director Gurinda Chadha
Director Sam Buntrock
Southwark Playhouse
Piaf 
Director Paul Kerryson
Leicester Curve
Fastrada 
Director Mitch Sebastian
Menier Chocolate Factory
Edinburgh/Chocolate Factory/West End/New York
Angelique Picard 
Director Kate Flatt
Linbury Studio ROH/Tour
Mathilde 
Director Simon Callow
George Square, Edinburgh
Director Andrew McBean
New Players Theatre
Roxie Hart  
Director Walter Bobbie
Adelphi Theatre
Director Joseph C Walsh
Kings Head Theatre
Annabel 
Director Steven Dexter
Bridewell Theate
Candy  
Director Gail Edwards
Sydmonton Festival
Delilah  
Director Simon Curtis
Royal Court Theatre
Eponine (Original Cast)  
Producer Cameron Mackintosh
Director John Caird/Trevor Nunn
Writer Boublil & Schönberg
Barbican Centre/RSC
Les Miserables
Tony Award-Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical
Eponine (Original Cast)  
Producer Cameron Mackintosh
Director Trevor Nunn/ John Caird
Writer Boublil & Schönberg
The Broadway Theatre, New York
Yonah (Original Cast)  
Producer Really Useful Group
Director John Caird
Prince Edward Theatre
Dinah  
Director Trevor Nunn Choreographer-Arlene Phillips
Apollo Victoria Theatre, London
Princess Louisa  
Director Peter Coe
Theatre Royal Haymarket
Narrator  
Producer Bill Kenwright
National Tour

Television

Naomi 
Retort for ITV

Film

Eleni 
Director Costas Demetriou
Underground Films
Zeze 
Director James Erskine
Cork Films
Angela  
Director Mike Leigh
C4 Films
Sue Foster  
Director John Stanford
Wildgrass Films
Whore 
Director Tom Hooper
Working Title
Kim  
Director Owen Tooth
Hawthorn Productions

Radio

Guest Soloist  

Broadcaster BBC Radio 2

Frances Ruffelle as Queenie floats elegantly through the evening, suggesting there is a lost soul lurking inside her sinuous body.

The Guardian
on The Wild Party

Frances Ruffelle is a slippery, throaty, vampish Queenie.

Evening Standard
on The Wild Party

Frances Ruffelle is a compelling mix of world-weary and vulnerable as Queenie

Radio Times
on The Wild Party