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Diane Parish replaces Naomie Harris in The Vagina Monologues
Diane Parish replaces Naomie Harris in The Vagina Monologues, which returns to the West End, opening at the Wyndham's 7 April 2005, following previews from 5 April, booking to 14 May 2005.
Naomie Harris, has had to leave the show due to filming requirements.
The rest of the cast remain unchanged: Sharon Osbourne, along with her daughter Aimee Osbourne and comedienne Jenny Eclair
Diane Parish is best known for her starring roles in the TV series "The Bill", in which she played D.C. Eva Sharpe, and "Lovejoy", in her role as Beth Taylor.
The Vagina Monologues received its West End premiere in May 2001 and has since continued to tour the UK.
Based on interviews with a diverse group of women - from a Long Island antique dealer to a Bosnian refugee - the play brazenly explores the humour, power, pain, wisdom, outrage, mystery and excitement hidden in vaginas.