Saving Britney is a WhatsOnStage and double Offie nominated, multi 5 star sell-out show starring Shereen Roushbaiani as the Britney Spears obsessed superfan Jean. The production is a love letter to growing up in the UK in the late 90s and early 00s, whilst also being a powerful reflection on celebrity culture, obsession and one popstar's neverending fight for freedom.

Saving Britney premiered at The Old Red Lion Theatre in May 2021; reopening the venue after 425 days due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, before embarking on a tour across the UK in 2022 that saw sold out runs in Manchester, Bristol and beyond!

Saving Britney is heading back to the Big Smoke for THREE NIGHTS ONLY at The Other Palace Theatre in the heart of Central London before transferring Off-Broadway to the SoHo Playhouse in New York City.

More information HERE.



For nearly half of Britney Spears's decades-long career as a world-renowned pop star, the 'Womanizer' singer didn't hold full control of her life.

Britney had been under a conservatorship helmed by her father, Jamie Spears, since the singer's infamous breakdown 12 years ago, which resulted in hospitalization and rehab. Though the stigma surrounding Spears's mental health battles has followed the singer since 2007, her career never faltered. Marking an official comeback with her 2008 album, Circus, Britney continued to release albums, tour, star in a years-long Las Vegas residency, and launch business ventures including her lucrative perfume and namesake lingerie lines.

Despite multiple comebacks, however, Britney's longtime fans vocalized their dissatisfaction in seeing the pop star continue to be under a conservatorship at 38 years old. Wholeheartedly convinced that the singer herself also wants to be free from the legal binding, fans launched the #FreeBritney movement, utilizing social media to bring awareness to the discrepancies surrounding the conservatorship.

On August 12th 2021, Jamie Spears agreed to step down as Conservator of Britney's estate, and filed for termination on November 1st. 

On November 12th 2021, a US court declared Britney Spears free of her conservatorship.



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