Madalena Alberto (born in Lisbon, Portugal). Madalena Alberto is an actress, singer and composer that has developed her career in the West End. She played the role of Fantine in the acclaimed 25th Anniversary production of Les Miserables with rave reviews.


Her professional debut was in Aladdin at the Old Vic, London, with Sir Ian McKellen (2005). She has developed her career mainly in Musical Theatre performing the roles of Lucy in The Threepenny Opera (Lisbon, 2005), Carmen Diaz in Fame (UK Tour, 2007) and Hunyak in Chicago (Kuala Lumpur, 2007). Madalena was part of the original cast of the West End production of Zorro the Musical (Garrick Theatre, 2008), being also the understudy for the role of Luisa.

In Summer 2009 Madalena played the role of Sam in Christopher Hamilton’s new musical Over the Threshold at the Edinburgh Festival. The show transferred to the Jermyn Street Theatre, London, from 22 September to 3 October 2009. From December 2009 to October 2010 she played the role of Fantine in the acclaimed 25th Anniversary production of Les Miserables, that opened at the Wales Millenium Centre in Cardiff on the 22nd December 2009 and ended at the Barbican Theatre, London on the 2nd October 2010. She also took part of the O2 Arena concert of Les Miserables.[citation needed]

Madalena played the role of Sonia in Stephen Schwartz's Godspell, which ran at the Union Theatre, London from 13 April to 7 May 2011 directed by Michael Strassen. She recently played the role of Lucy in the first London production of Frank Wildhorn's JEKYLL AND HYDE produced by Morphic Graffiti, that ran at the Union Theatre from 16 May to 16 June 2012.

Madalena has also taken part in some musical theatre concerts in London, such as the 4th and the 2nd Tim Williams Awards at the Cochrane Theatre (2009 and 2011); the Whatsonstage Awards Concert (2011), the Giggin For Good concert at the Actors Church in Convent Garden (2011), and the Mercury Musical Developments 20th Anniversary Gala Concert at West End's Novello Theatre (2012).[citation needed]

Madalena performed alongside Ricardo Afonso and Sofia Escobar at the Golden Globe Awards in Portugal on the 29th May 2011.[citation needed]

Madalena Alberto combines her work as an actress with her career as a composer and performing her own songs. She released ‘Foreign Sketches - Live Studio Recording’ - her first solo album - in March 2011; and on the 5th September 2012 she released the EP 'Heart Condition', her first collaboration with other musicians. In her songs Madalena expresses universal feelings about emancipation, dreams, drugs, sex, betrayal and jealously, to name a few experiences we all connect with. She performs her music in different London venues such as The 100 Club, The Regal Room, The Troubador, Parker McMillan or Ryan's Bar. Madalena has also offered different concerts in Lisbon, her hometown, in December 2011 (Vinyl, Braço de Prata) and in April 2012 (Vinyl).

Madalena will be making her Spanish debut in Barcelona on the 3rd December 2012. She will perform in an intimate concert at La Cova del Drac.

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