"I’ve worked on countless professional musicals over a 20 year period and this young lady impressed me more than a lot of the singers I’ve heard 8 times a week for months. This lady is a pro in every way and a beautiful person too."

- Robyn Martin, Queensland Ballet

All 2020 live performances are currently on hold due to COVID-19.

March 28, 2020

Despite being in lockdown due to Covid-19, Lauren Lee and partner Patrick Hill continue to create fine music for you to enjoy at home at SwellegantEntertainment.com

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Past Shows

Hold My Hummus: The Secret Life of a Stubborn Soprano

Glam Adelaide: Adrian Barnes ★★★★★

"It’s a crystal-clear voice that’s warm, flexible and gifted to a young woman who oozes personality. From the locally sourced hummus (you had to be there) to the final resounding Diva Dance (from the 5th element) Lauren Lee Innis-Youren shines like a crystal. (That name is going to cost a fortune in electricity on the billboard when her name is in lights as the star of the show!)"

Hold My Hummus: The Secret Life of a Stubborn Soprano

Theatre People: Darby Turnbull

"Lauren Lee Innis-Youren is incandescent when she sings, she has a crystalline soprano with keen insight into the emotions and meanings of the music she is bringing to life."

Hold My Hummus: The Secret Life of a Stubborn Soprano

The Independent Arts Journal: Aidan Johnson

"If one wishes to see a raw, human performance exploring a life story, combined with the smoothness and tremendous skill of a classically-trained soprano, then Lauren Lee Innis-Youren‘s Hand Hold My Hummus: The Secret Life of a Stubborn Soprano is right for you. The amount of skill displayed by Innis-Youren was astounding, and the human aspect of her show was truly moving. It was an excellent blend of the sublime with the human, and Hold My Hummus is definitely something to check out."

The Phantom of the Opera

Stage Whispers: Peter Pinne

"Star of the performance was Lauren Lee Innis-Youren as Christine. With a bright and clear soprano she effortlessly handled the demanding score with ease and was particularly pleasing on “Wishing you were Somehow Here Again.”"

Billy Buckett: A Rock N Roll Love Story

Blue Curtains: Meredith Walker

“Dorrington and Innis-Youren shine as central couple Billy and Jan. Their vocals and characterisation are spot-on in the pivotal roles. Innis-Youren, in particular, has an era-evocative voice that is flawlessly showcased in Act Two’s opening number ‘Mr Cool’, in which an isolated Jan shares her steadfast faith in Billy.”

Billy Buckett: A Rock N Roll Love Story

Stage Whispers: Jay McKee

"Stephen Dorrington’s charismatic Billy is matched nicely by Lauren Lee Innis-Youren as upper-class Jan Burns, his boss’s daughter. Both have super voices for this genre..."

Tell Me On A Sunday

Susan Snaps: Susan Hetherington

"Lauren is the sole performer and she commands he stage. She looks the part, she sounds the part and has that X Factor star quality"


Tell Me On A Sunday

Stage Whispers: Allison Saunders

"Lauren is the perfect performer to create this one-woman story – everything from her adoption of each vocal style in the show to the perfect portrayal of every emotion we have all felt, it's just theatre perfection"

The Music Man

Stage Whispers: Jay McKee

"Alex Dundas-Taylor ingratiated himself with the audience as the charismatic, smooth-talking swindler Harold Hill. He was matched by Lauren Lee Innis[-Youren]’s Marian Paroo – what glamour, what presence, and what a beautiful voice!"