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A Belter of a Show


Little Belter is coming to The Spa Theatre Felixstowe this Saturday, (10th March 2012). Thanks to a great offer brought to you by Ipswich24 Magazine you can receive One Free Ticket with every ticket  bought.

Little Belter is a brand new show that see’s up-and-coming critically acclaimed artist Elouise take on some of the biggest most difficult show-stopping melodies ever written.

The petite northerner takes us on an unforgettable musical journey in this candid, fun and heart-warming show. A celebration of the legendary artists that have inspired her she tells tales of growing up, her inspirations and why, ultimately, she could not do anything but sing.

Despite her tiny frame Elouise has always had an incredibly powerful singing voice, which ultimately led to her being nicknamed ‘a little belter’ from childhood. Little Belter sees Elouise perform unique versions of classic and epic torch ballads by the likes of Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, Shirley Bassey and Dusty Springfield. In the show she performs twenty of her favorite songs including unique versions of The Winner Takes It All, Tainted Love, Could It Be Magic, Get The Party Started, Born This Way, Giving Up Giving In, As Long As He needs Me, and many more well-loved gems that have left an indelible mark in our hearts.

Composer Steve Anderson, who has been at the helm of the music direction of the last eight Kylie Minogue tours as well as working on productions for Take That, Westlife, Britney Spears and The Pet Shop Boys, is responsible for Little Belter’s new musical arrangements.

The show is written by novelist and record producer Terry Ronald, part of the creative team behind the West End sensation, The Hurly Burly Show.

No tricks, no gimmicks, just one amazing voice.
“Absolutely amazing!” BBC Radio London

The Little Belter

Saturday 10th March
7.30pm
£19.00 Concession £18.00 – FREE with every Ticket Purchased you will receive a second ticket FREE of charge…. Quote Ipswich24 when booking.

 

 

 

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