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SONGBIRDS Heart and Soul at the Battersea Barge

SongbirdsBack by popular demand, the SONGBIRDS return to the award-winning Battersea Barge, this time delivering a night of soul, featuring some of the West End’s most exciting female vocal talent.

All funds raised will go to the British Heart Foundation, the charity that one of our Songbirds, Emma Hatton, is running the London Marathon for in April.

SONGBIRDS… Heart and Soul features an incredible, all female line up consisting of:

Natalie Andreou
(Rock of Ages, Footloose, Mamma Mia, Evita, Fame)
Kerry Enright
(Wicked, Sister Act, Girls Night)
Sarah French
(We Will Rock You, The Rocky Horror Show, Sunday in the Park with George)
Emma Hatton
(Wicked, We Will Rock You, Dreamboats and Petticoats)
Jacqueline Hughes
(Wicked, From Here to Eternity  workshop,  Mad about the Musicals)
Jodie Jacobs
(Rock of Ages, We Will Rock You, Evita, Footloose)
Sophie Linder-Lee
(Wicked, Mamma Mia)
Katie Paine
(We Will Rock You, Girls Night)

Our MD and accompanist to our performers will be the wonderful Marc McBride. The evening will also include a raffle and auction with some fantastic prizes on offer.

Tickets are priced at £16, including a programme. There are a limited number of tickets available and with tickets already selling quickly, we recommend you purchase as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Songbirds Heart and Soul
23rd February 2014. 7:30pm (doors open at 6:45pm)

For more information on the wonderful work that the British Heart Foundation do and how your money will be spent, please visit their website at: www.bhf.org.uk

Battersea Barge website at:
http://www.batterseabarge.com/

Wednesday 22nd January 2014

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