Dionne Warwick and Friends - for the Hunger Project UK : 2 for 1 offer From £62 for a pair, Apollo Victoria, London

Dionne Warwick and Friends - for the Hunger Project UK : 2 for 1 offer From £62 for a pair, Apollo Victoria, London

Found 3rd Jan 2011
For World Hunger Day follow link to see ticket choices order online or call 0844 847 2350

*LastMinute Ticket Offer – 2 for 1 on the few remaining seats. Quote ‘hunger’ when booking – From 9am Tuesday 04, January 2011.

Dionne Warwick
This legendary '60s soul-influenced singer will surely forever be associated with the songwriting partnership of Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Many British artists had UK hits with cover versions of Dionne's matchless originals: 'Anyone Who Had A Heart', 'Message To Michael', 'Always Something There To Remind Me', Trains And Boats And Planes' and many more. She broke big in Britain in the mid 60s with the haunting 'Walk On By'. Other exquisite recordings include 'Do You Know The Way To San Jose?' and 'Are You There With Another Girl?'.

Natalie Cole
'For three decades, Natalie Cole has been one of our most treasured and successful vocal stylists. She has interpreted material from almost every genre, including contemporary pop, jazz, as well as R&B classics. She has been nominated for more than ten Grammy Awards, including being honored as "Best New Artist" in 1975.'
Elaine Page
English singer and actress best known for her work in musical theatre.

Mica Paris
British soul singer Mica Paris started off singing in church before turning professional in her mid-teens. She has fronted a number of radio and television shows. Mica will draw upon music from her previous albums as well as tracks from 2005's 'Soul Classics' which cemented her reputation as one of the finest soul vocalists to have emerged this side of the Atlantic.

Southbank Sinfonia
One of Europe's most exciting orchestras and one which provides an intensive and prestigious training for the UK's most outstanding young musicians.

The London Community Gospel Choir
Whether recording World Cup anthems and the soundtrack for The Lion King, or appearing at Glastonbury, the London Community Gospel Choir has been an inspiration for more than 25 years. Combining rich harmonies and invigorating vocal gymnastics, the LCGC is an infectious celebration of gospel, swing-beat, R'n'B and soul.


The tickets are going like hot cakes, just trying to secure some stall seats before they go worldhungerday.org.uk
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