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Miranda Cooper

Miranda Cooper

Singer / Songwriter

Miranda Cooper is a British songwriter who has had over 30 of her tracks reach the top 10 in the UK Charts - including 4 number one singles over her 20 year career. She is currently enjoying a number-one album, with work on Maisie Peter’s ‘The Good Witch’.

Miranda began as a dancer (for Gina G), where she met Brian Higgins, founder of Xenomania, in 1997. They went on to find commercial success and critical acclaim writing songs for Girls Aloud and Sugababes, Pet Shop Boys, Franz Ferdinand, Kylie, Alesha Dixon, and many more. More recently, she has celebrated success with Griff’s debut single ‘Mirror Talk’ and multiple tracks with rising star Maisie Peters, including her singles ‘John Hughes’ and ‘Elvis Song’.

Alongside her work in pop music, Miranda has also been focusing her talents on writing musicals. ‘Billionaire Boy’ was the first show she co-wrote;  it went on to win the ‘Best Show for Children and Young People’ at the UK Theatre Awards 2018. In 2021, ‘Fantastically Great Women’ the musical premiered with rave reviews and also picked up the ‘Best Show for Children and Young People Award’ at the UK Theatre Awards in 2022.

Current projects include a one-woman show about motherhood, co-written with global pop writers Jon Shave and Jason Pebworth, as well as an adaptation of When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, and the cult indie film Son of Rambow, both written with her long-term Xenomania collaborator Nick Coler.

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