A plethora of talent all under one roof!
Aneesa Chaudhry, Jennie Castell, Gabriella Parish and Hannah Brackenbury join forces to bring you an evening of jazz, show tunes and ballads.
Aneesa Chaudhry is a much-loved singer on the jazz and gay scene in Brighton and Hove. She loves surprising her audiences and has an extensive vocal range. Her gigs are full of humorous and unplanned engaging banter and the audience is invited to join in with the songs and vibe!
On Sunday, February 19, she hosts a night with Brighton’s greatest female scene Diva’s. You’ll be in for a treat as you hear her duet with guests during the closing show.
Jennie Castell has a hugely versatile voice and has shared a stage with Lulu, Alexandra Burke and Joe McElderry. She sings regularly on the Brighton gay scene and knows exactly how to get an audience dancing!
Gabriella Parrish has risen to prominence on the south coast cabaret scene over the past few years. Born and bred in Brighton, she has always had a love for performing and has made a name for herself with her powerhouse vocals and a repertoire spanning musical theatre, power ballads, classic party anthems and pretty much everything in between. A versatile and professional performer with an infectious fun personality, and even handpicked by Adele herself to appear on her BBC special Adele at the BBC.
Brighton-based performer Hannah Brackenbury is an accomplished musician and vocalist, performing acoustic covers on piano and guitar by artists such as Alanis Morissette, Joni Mitchell and KT Tunstall. She has performed at Pride festivals across the country and is an established performer on the Brighton scene.
LGBT History Month is an international month-long annual observance of LGBT+History and the opportunity to commemorate and remember the bravery of those who campaigned and spoke out over the years to help us achieve the freedoms and equality we enjoy today.
The PHIL STARR PAVILION, New Steine Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1PB has a fully functional stage, light and sound system with heating and licensed bar.
This ground breaking affiliation seeks to engage the city in the wide range of issues highlighted through the work of the Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum, as well as partner/stakeholder work.
Where: Phil Starr Pavilion, New Steine Gardens, Brighton
When: Sunday, February 19
Time: Doors open 7.15pm for 8pm start.
Cost: £8/£6 concs. plus booking fee. Tickets available on door also (no booking fee)