Dolly Show Dolly Parton tribute

Kelly performs her world-class Dolly Parton tribute show around the UK and internationally.

From Claire’s Kitchen in Sydney, Australia to HMS Excellent in Portsmouth, she has taken the Dolly Show around the globe.

In 2014 Dolly Parton sang hits ‘Jolene’, ‘9 to 5’ and ‘Islands in the Stream’ on the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury Festival.

Breakdown firm Green Flag hired Kelly to serenade festival-goers whose cars had broken down on the way to the festival for a prime-time advert.

She is one of the most popular impersonators and impressionists on the UK and international circuits.

Kelly has performed 9 to 5 and Jolene to audiences as far afield as Oman, India, Australia, Egypt and the West Indies.


The Dolly Show has entertained crowds at UK festival like Soupstock, Hosefest, Bish Bash and Chalfest.

This 5-star Dolly Parton tribute has regularly preforms at Pride events. In recent years Kelly has sung at Chester Pride, Leicester Pride, Birmingham Pride and Sitges Pride in recent years.

In November 2020, Kelly opened the national TES Further Education Awards.

In London, she is a regular performer at the legendary West End cabaret venue Crazy Coqs and she has headlined the famous G-A-Y nightclub in Soho.

She has topped the bill at the Scottish Hospitality and Entertainment Awards, the Komedia Club in Brighton and Blackpool’s famous Legends in Concert.

During lockdown, Kelly created the Friday Night In With Dolly show, performing to over 160,000 people around the world via Facebook.  

Moonwalk Challenge

The Dolly Show officially started the 2018 London Moonwalk Challenge, in which 17,000 walkers cross through the streets of London to raise money for cancer charities.

Kelly helped participants Line Dance their way to the start as part of the largest Line Dancing group ever seen in the UK.

Kelly says: “I had a great time supporting Walk the Walk and the amazing MoonWalk London.”

Walk the Walk has raised more than £121 million since 1996, with the money granted funding both research into breast cancer and to help improve the lives of those living with cancer now.