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Miranda Cooper

Miranda Cooper

Singer / Songwriter

Miranda Cooper is a British songwriter who has penned 4 UK number 1s with over 30 of her tracks reaching the top 10. At one point her songs spent more years on the English chart than any other female songwriter in history, with Harper's Bazaar writing "If it's a hit you want, you'd better talk to Cooper. For the rest of us, Cooper has the power to get a tune inside our heads."

As a partner in the songwriting and production team Xenomania, Miranda found commercial success and critical acclaim writing songs for Girls Aloud and Sugababes, Pet Shop Boys, Franz Ferdinand, Kylie, Alesha Dixon and many more. 25 years on she is still celebrating success having written emerging Warner artist Griff’s debut single ‘Mirror Talk’ and multiple tracks with rising star Maisie Peters including her singles ‘John Hughes’ and ‘Elvis Song’. She has also been working with hotly tipped artists Cloves and Mae Muller.

Alongside her work in pop music Miranda has also been focusing her talents on writing musicals. Having worked alongside Sam Hodges to create the musical adaptation of David Walliams’ book Billionaire Boy which won Best Family Show at the UK Theatre Awards. She is currently working on adaptations of the books ‘Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World’ with producer Kenny Wax and ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’ in partnership with The Old Vic as well as writing an original musical ‘Washed Up’.

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