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Sent: 03 November 2008 11:26
Subject: See Hazel and Mari live at the Gulbenkian
See two fantastic female singers at the Gulbenkian Theatre in November and December.


Hazel O’Connor with Cormac De Barra

Beyond Breaking Glass

Tuesday 11 November 7.45pm


Breaking back - the phenomenal autobiographical show....

 “The show was the highlight of The Edinburgh Festival” The Scotsman


 Click on the CD to hear the music...


Even if you’ve never heard of Hazel O’Connor, the show, the songs, the voice, the melody of Cormac De Barra’s intuitive harp, plus her humorous, and sometimes poignant, autobiographical storytelling, will touch your soul - just as it has done to theatre audiences worldwide.


Fresh from the Edinburgh Festival and to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show, which spawned a beautiful album of the same name, Hazel and Cormac are bringing an updated script to the Gulbenkian offering you a rare opportunity to see this “Unique and unforgettable” (The Scotsman) performance. 


Tickets £15


Mari Wilson

The Christmas I Always Wanted

Saturday 13 December 9pm

 The Neasden Queen of Soul is truly back with her individual brand of charm, glamour and wit . . . and some new frocks and shoes.

Mari Wilson’s glamorous and dramatic debut onto the music scene was in the early 1980s with sequinned frocks, evening gloves and gravity-defying beehive hairdo. Mari had six hit singles - the most successful being Just What I’ve Always Wanted and Cry Me A River. 


Mari has created and co-written a one-woman musical, The Love Thing. Tonight’s show will include a sneak preview of this, and promises an emotional gambol through the meadow of Mari’s personal treasure trove of influences, passions, new songs, past hits and a few indiscreet stories along the way.


Tickets £15


Staff of the University of Kent £12 – Make it a Christmas night out for you and your colleagues

Book for this special offer through the booking office on 01227 769075

Booking Office 01227 769075


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