Bonnie has made many recordings including the original cast recording of Cats, playing her role of Rumpleteaser. Prior to that, she played Baby June in the London cast recording of Gypsy with Angela Lansbury.

Other albums include Oliver!, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Leading Ladies, An Evening with Alan Jay Lerner, Fred Astaire: His daughters Tribute and the original concept recording of Wuthering Heights.

In the mid eighties, Bonnie released her first single Just One Kiss. More recently, she recorded her live show Bonnie Langford Now in 1999 which, along with her album Jazz At The Theatre are both available to download on iTunes.

On radio, Bonnie has presented many shows for the BBC, Heart FM and LBC radio, where she also co presented the Sandi Toksvig show for 3 years. Of her radio plays and musicals, Posters of Monmartre is a highlight as well as the BBC radio archive performance of Sweet Charity with the BBC concert orchestra. She joined the BBC concert orchestra again when she headlined the 80th Birthday concert for Charles Strouse on BBC radio 2. She regularly revisits her role of Mel, the Doctor’s assistant, in the Dr Who Audio adventures for Big Finish Audio and the Dr Who Books for BBC Audible.

Most recently, Bonnie played Roz in Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5, The Musical at the Savoy Theatre, London. The live show recording is now available on iTunes.