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The Katy Perry Tribute Show, an unforgettable experience created and performed by the talented girl behind it all, Katy Ellis. With more than a decade of experience as a professional singer and her training at the Italia Conti Academy in London, Katy has built an impressive reputation in the entertainment industry. Her performances around the world have honed her skills and passion for performing, making her excel as one of the best in her field.
Katy Ellis is an absolute perfectionist and always strives to take care of every aspect of the show to perfection. Whether it is the breathtaking costumes, the dazzling lighting effects, the energetic dancers or the compelling music, no detail is overlooked. For Katy, attention to detail is the key to success and her motto is, “If you’re going to do something, do it right or not at all.”
The Katy Perry Tribute Show is a tribute to iconic pop star Katy Perry and promises an unforgettable evening of fun, energy and great music. With Katy Ellis at the helm, you are guaranteed an authentic and immersive experience. She knows better than anyone how to mesmerize audiences with her powerful voice, impressive stage presence and the unique blend of pop, rock and electronic music that Katy Perry is known for.
Whether you are a fan of Katy Perry or just looking for a vibrant and engaging live experience, the Katy Perry Tribute Show is an absolute must-see. Prepare for an evening of hits like “Firework,” “Roar,” “Teenage Dream,” and more, all performed with the authenticity and passion of Katy Ellis. She brings to life the spirit and charisma of Katy Perry, while adding her own unique flair to the show.
So come and enjoy the magic of the Katy Perry Tribute Show, where Katy Ellis uses her talents to enchant the audience and take you on a musical journey full of excitement and wonder. Lose yourself in the world of Katy Perry and experience an evening you will never forget.
Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak and the government measures implemented to limit its spread, this event has been postponed until April 2022. Customers are advised to keep hold of their tickets as they will be valid for the rescheduled dates.
From Nutbush to Wembley Stadium with The Queen of Rock’n’Roll!
Come shake a tail feather with the UK’s favorite Tina Turner spectacular…aka Justine Riddoch and her talented cast.
When Tina burst onto the scene, she won the hearts of music fans from the outset, creating a fearsome reputation for her live performances – and those never-ending legs!
Early hits River Deep – Mountain High, Proud Mary and Nutbush City Limits were just a taste of what was to come. We Don’t Need Another Hero, Simply the Best, What’s Love Got to Do With It, I Don’t Wanna Lose You and When the Heartache is Over propelled her to stage concert stardom.
Supported by her super-talented band and dazzling dancing girls in sequins, feathers and diamonds, Justine is the SUPREME Tina (a National Tribute Music Awards winner since 2013). She’s got the looks, she’s got the moves, she’s got the legs, but most of all, she’s got THE voice. Join an army of loyal fans for a truly authentic, fun-packed musical spectacular!
Nancy and the Dolls – formally known as the sex pissed dolls
The Sex Pissed Dolls, The Queens of Noise, will shock you, they’ll grab you, shake you and rock you They’ll mess you up, making your ears buzz and your feet hurt. The Sex Pissed Dolls – What’s not to like?
Nancy and the Dolls / THE SEX PISSED DOLLS – They’re back!
The band quickly gained a reputation as a must-see live band with a great set list and energetic musical performance that few could match. A hugely successful 2015 tour followed and in July 2016 they were asked to perform at the official after-show of the FORMULA 1 British Grand Prix with “Texas and The Feeling.
Their originality and their own spin on classic covers caught the eye of John Giddings, who kindly asked the girls to open the IOW Festival in 2016. After their incredible performance at the Isle Of Wight Festival, they were immediately invited back, this time elevated to the main stage to perform alongside Run DMC, Kaiser Chiefs and David Guetta. In 2017 the girls performed a number of shows and headline spots at festivals as part of their Avenging Angels Tour.
Initially, the band covered songs by The Clash, The Sex Pistols, Buzzcocks, Nirvana and many other rock and punk legends.
However, in 2016 the band diversified by writing their own music. Their debut EP “Maniac” was recorded at Real World Studios with producer Steve Brown (The Cult, George Michael and Manic Street Preachers).
2020 is a new chapter for the girls with the new name “Nancy and the Dolls” giving the band plenty of air play now. the girls are ready to launch a new tour with new material in addition to a new original single.
Great to see these girls again. Nancy will set your ears on fire and scorch your brain with her performance. She sniffs across the stage while peering into the faces of the crowd, she chases the crowd and confronts anyone who catches her eye. Love the Dolls or hate em, you cannot deny that they are undeniably entertaining, they have a magnetic appeal all their own, they are all fantastic, and boy, they can play their instruments!
- Nancy Doll
- May Hem
- Jilly Idol
- Anna Key
- Kitty Vacant
more information : Nancy and the dolls booking info
Short Bio about Lauren louise green from SVNTEEN Entertainment
By the age of ten, Lauren was an IDTA Latin and Freestyle Dance champion, winning multiple titles for England and the Northeast. She then trained and toured with the youth companies of ‘Northern School of Contemporary Dance’ and ‘Phoenix Dance’.Lauren’s first professional work was performing as part of ‘The Radio Aire Dance Team’, giving Lauren a stadium-sized platform at every Leeds Rhinos competition to enhance her performance skills. Lauren was also given a place as part of the Super League Dance Team and performed at many televised stadium events throughout England.
Lauren then achieved a BA HONORS DANCE DEGREE and toured as a professional dancer worldwide and worked for brands such as HYUNDAI, FIAT, ROLLS ROYCE and UNIVERSAL STUDIOS.Lauren appeared on ITV’S ‘X FACTOR’ as one of the lead singers of Girl Group PROJECT A that made it to the final 24 and the final 6 groups at Judges. Judges Simon, Louis, Danni and Cheryl all praised the group for their chemical acting style and sympathy.
The band, who later changed their name to THE ULTRA GIRLS, then went on to tour with KYLIE MINOGUE on her UK Arena tour of APHRODITE LES FOLIES as the opening act. Lauren recalls; “It was a dream come true to perform in sold-out O2 arenas with such an amazing aspiring artist like KYLIE and I learned so many great lessons on how to become an entertainer from her and her team. ”
Lauren continued to tour worldwide as a singer and Multi Tribute Artist performing shows celebrating the music of some of her favorite artists such as Katy Perry, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift and Rihanna. Lauren brings all her skills and experience to every event she is a part of and has teamed up with fellow artist Jeni Jaye to create the successful company “
Lauren also writes original music and is now one half of the country music duo The Good Lies. The duo has written and released only three songs independently so far, but is already in the iTunes Country Chart and getting great responses and reviews from the world of country music in the UK.
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There are some, albeit deluded, souls who think Tony Christie appeared out of nowhere in 2005 to grace our TV screens and ask for directions to Amarillo. Nothing could be further from the truth. Those of us who know better, who appreciate his great voice and his ability to get into a song, can tell you that he has recorded a string of great records over the past 50 years.
Tony’s career began in the accounting office of a steel company in Yorkshire, while simultaneously singing semi-professionally in working men’s clubs in the north of England. A turning point came when his boss suggested he had to make a choice: “Either work hard and your and become an accountant, or keep trying to become the next Adam Faith.”
Tony Christie’s musical heroes were not Faith and the other rock ‘n’ rollers, but Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald, whom he had heard on his father’s 78 record collection, and like them he was an interpreter of other people’s songs, and not a recognized songwriter .
After establishing himself on the club circuit of working men – a school of hard knocks – he was offered a job as a singer with a band, which also played in the clubs. The band Tony led on the club circuit was Tony Christie and the Trackers, and in 1966 they recorded Barbara Ruskin’s “Life’s Too Good To Waste” for CBS, which Tony co-wrote, but failed to chart, despite the help of Jimmy Page, who later co-founded Led Zeppelin, on guitar. This is available in the collection for the first time in 50 years.
A year later Tony recorded his first single for MGM, the A-side, ‘Turn Around’ was written by Les Reed and Barry Mason, the songwriters for Engelbert Humperdinck’s ‘The Last Waltz’ which came out that same year, while the B -side, ‘When Will I Love Again’ was one written by Tony; ‘Turn Around”s chances on the chart were hurt by the fact that Kathy Kirby also released a version, and while Tony got the radio plays, Miss Kirby got the TV, which in effect ‘split the sales’. This single, like the two that followed it a year later, failed to chart, but a listen to “Turn Around” shows that Tony was already developing his trademark “sound.
Tony’s breakthrough in the charts came in 1971, when “Las Vegas,” a song by Mitch Murray and Peter Callander, made the British Top 30; it had originally been offered to Tom Jones’ manager, who turned it down. His follow-up, in April, was another song by Murray and Callander, “I Did What I Did for Maria,” which steadily reached the charts until it reached No. 2, although it was No. 1 on the New Musical Express chart.
Later in 1971, his next single was ‘(Is This The Way To) Amarillo,’ written by American Neil Sedaka and surprisingly, it only made it to the lower reaches of the Top 20 in the UK, but cracked around the world. The lack of success in the UK baffled his record company until they discovered that so many people bought it in Spain, where it was No. 1, and took it home. However, every song has its time and in 2005 it rose to the top of the British charts, where it stayed for 7 weeks, after Peter Kay imitated Tony’s record for the Comic Relief TV show.
Tony’s next chart-topper came in 1972 when “Avenues and Alleyways,” the theme to The Protectors, a TV show, made the Top 40; following the success of “Amarillo” in 2005, it was reissued and this time made the Top 30. It was 1976 when Tony hit the charts the next time, and this time it was with “Drive Safely Darling. In the same year, Tony sang the role of Magaldi on the original 1976 album recording of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Evita.
The British musical landscape changed with the rise of punk, which meant Tony’s popularity in Britain waned as the 1980s began, but his career in continental Europe grew stronger. Very popular in Germany, he recorded four albums with German producer Jack White, including Welcome to My Music, which reached No. 7 on the German charts in 1991 and went triple platinum; between 1991 and 2002, Tony recorded nine albums in Germany, including quite a few of Tony’s own compositions.
Tony, who lived in Spain, returned to the British Top 10 in 1999 with “Walk Like A Panther,” a song Jarvis Cocker wrote for him to perform with, The All Seeing I. Tony spent much of his adult life in Sheffield. and Cocker was also from the city; it was Sheffield that gave Tony the opportunity to record what may be one of his very best records. Tony heard a Richard Hawley song on the radio – Hawley had been in Pulp with his friend Jarvis Cocker for a while – and it led to Tony recording Made In Sheffield. The album, produced by Hawley, includes “All I Ever Care About Is You,” “Every Word She Said” and “Louise,” a song originally recorded by Sheffield band The Human League. It is one of the finest albums of Tony’s career.
This collection of 50 songs highlights Tony’s ability to reinterpret a song, not just cover it. There is an array of classic covers, including Jimmy Webb’s classic “Didn’t We,” George Harris