Really proud and pleased to be leading All Choired Up – Hastings and St Leonard’s LGBTQI+ choir at Hastings Pride tomorrow in its debut performance in the Arts and Alternative Tent at 12.15pm at the Oval, Falaise/Bohemia Rd
Beatles Day is still going ahead, it’ll just be a live streaming event instead. You can catch my performance at about 4.30pm today on Isolation Station Hastings Facebook page. See you later! (“Imagine there’s no virus, do be do be do…”).
I’m really looking forward to performing at the Posh Club in Hastings this Friday 28th February. I’m on at 1pm but the whole event takes place between 12 and 3pm. The Posh Club is a glamorous performance and social club for older people in 5 locations across London and the South East and Hastings is very lucky to be one of the locations. The tickets are all sold out, such is the popularity of these occasions. I can’t wait!
I’m really looking forward to singing at Hastings Herring Fair this Saturday November 23rd 2019 taking place at 1.30pm on the Stade open space in the Old Town (next to the fishing boats and Hastings Contemporary). I’ll be singing songs that tell extraordinary stories about ordinary/extraordinary women, including my own compositions. It’s free to get in and it will be ‘under cover’ so we’ll all stay dry!
I’m getting excited about singing in the Arts Tent at Hastings Pride on Sunday (August 25th) and the weather looks like it’s going to be good! I’m first on at 1pm so I look forward to seeing lots of friendly smiling faces in the audience. I’m very pleased to have my Scottish pal Annie from Findhorn with me who’ll be joining me on a couple of numbers as well as having a jazz guitarist accompany me on some bossa nova…
Unfortunately due to my performance partner’s illness our show Wild Moon Rising is cancelled tomorrow evening (July 19th). Apologies to those of you planning to see it. Hopefully we will get another opportunity to perform it in the not too distant future.
An evening of stories of the daring deeds and quiet wisdom and of the pain and wonder of being Woman. Ariane Hadjilias and Carol Prior breathe new life into the age-old art of traditional storytelling and song with a direct, fresh and vibrant approach. They weave together storytelling and song in an embodied style with flute, percussion and a mischievous passion that is unique and infused with a fearless love of life and its mysteries. The show is part of the Hastings Fringe Festival and takes place at the lovely West Hill venue – The Beacon (67 – 68 St Mary’s Terrace Hastings) The show starts at 7.30pm (doors open 7pm) and there is a bar for your favourite beverage! Tickets are £10 / £8