SHE claims she has 100 voices, and Dorset’s own Debra Stephenson certainly made a good impression at the Tivoli last night.

The Dead Ringers and Newzoids star, who lives in Poole, paid tribute to some of her favourite singers and celebrities on the final night of her tour, Night of 100 Voices.

Her opening song, Lola’s Theme (I’m a different person) by the Shapeshifters certainly set the tone for the evening.

The stage was a simple layout with no props apart from a slideshow projection to show who Debra was impersonating and a superb six piece band led by the talented James Stead from Bournemouth Musical Theatre.

Starting the first act with the 1950s and the jazz age with Billie Holiday and Dinah Washington, Debra in a glamorous figure hugging black gown took the audience on a nostalgic journey through the 60s with a brilliant tribute to Cilla Black and had everyone clapping along to Sandie Shaw, before moving through the 70s, 80s and Noughties.

The majority of her impressions (Kate Bush and Julie Andrews for instance) were spot on, and she also did a remarkable job of getting the body language and facial expressions right too.

In between the musical acts, Debra told the audience that she had invited some of her celebrity friends and shared the ‘emails’ they had sent to explain why they couldn’t make the show allowing her to recreate some of her best TV impressions including Anne Robinson, Davina McCall, Stacey Solomon and Sarah Millican.

In the second half Debra focused on some of Hollywood’s vintage film stars like Judy Garland and Marilyn Monroe.

Debra gave her final performance everything she had and many of the audience were on their feet at the end to give her a well-earned standing ovation.