SHE claims she has 100 voices, and Dorset’s own Debra Stephenson will be sharing them with an audience at Wimborne’s Tivoli Theatre this Friday.

The Dead Ringers and Newzoids star, who lives in Poole, is staging a night of live music and comedy entertainment as she pays tribute to some of her favourite celebrities

From Dead Ringers, Newzoids and the Impressions Show, TV’s Debra Stephenson invites you to join her for a night of live music and comedy entertainment in her show Night Of 100 Voices.

Debra and her family moved to Poole around eight years ago for health reasons .

"While it might seem an odd location for an actress, and I've been gutted to have to turn down a couple of things because of the travelling involved it's so wonderful here." she says.

"I feel the air is cleaner and fresher here and it's better for the kids and also I've got such a good work life balance now. I can run along the beach to keep fit which doesn't feel like a chore!"

The beach is in fact her favoured rehearsal venue and she often practices her impressions while walking the dog.

Debra promises to take her audience on a nostalgic journey through the decades of popular music, paying tribute to many of the worlds favourite singers from Billy Holliday to Paloma Faith, Barbara Streisand to Adele.

So her Night of 100 Voices show, which will be at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne on July 28, is particularly nostalgic for her.

"The show encompasses the people that I loved as a kid, but there are also people like Adele," explains mum-of-two Debra, who says her favourite impersonation is Dame Shirley Bassey.

"I wanted to make it a show that has something for everyone."

Night of 100 Voices is at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne on Friday, July 28. Tickets are available from 01202 885566 or

As you might expect, there’s plenty of fun and laughter along the way as she lampoons today’s most ubiquitous celebrities.

The show is Friday at 7.30pm. To book call 01202 885566 or visit