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Here Come The Girls

Here Come The Girls

Here Comes the Girls centred on three superstar voices – Lulu, Anastacia and Chaka Khan in 2009 and Lulu, Anastacia , Gloria Gaynor and Heather Small in 2010, each with their own unique sense of style, humor and musical heritage.  Celebrating all that it means to be a woman the show mixes great music, laughter, glamour, joy with bit of mischief for good measure!  Everyone sang and danced along to songs that are the soundtrack of our lives.

Both tours covered the UK and were complete sell-outs. By the end of 2010, the show had been seen by over 100,000 people.

The music extravaganza mixed high-octane, high camp, get-up-and-dance, feet-just-can’t-keep-still songs, against a backdrop of breath-taking glamour and fun, fun, fun!  It was a night out never to be forgotten – the must-see show signaled the beginning of the party season and the dawn of Woman Power!!

This is what some of the press had to say about it…

Liverpool Echo

Santa has already brought me my present. Last night saw the girl’s night out to end them all. Lulu, Anastacia and Chaka Khan brought the house down.

Part hen night, part girly sleepover, it was packed with laughter, joy and friendship, with silly jokes and pranks between the songs.

These were songs to live life by.

Sisters were doing it for themselves. And they were doing it with style.

The almost entirely female crowd lapped up every track, jumping up on their feet and dancing for all they were worth. Hands were clapped, fingers snapped and arms raised up to heaven as some of the greatest songs of the 20th century rang out.

Sheffield Star

The divas are in town and make no mistake! Each shone in their own right; no egos, not a competition – just a party.

Pop icon Lulu, US singing sensation Anastacia and the legendary Chaka Khan were all under one roof and raising it right up in a new show that had us dancing in the aisles, the crowd on their feet from the beginning,

The concert theme was having fun with your girlfriends and our hosts led by example, dancing around the stage like a group of friends in a nightclub around their handbags.

South Wales Evening Post

The three girls bring something beautifully unique to the table.

Each of the three have careers that X Factor wannabes can only dream of.

Every note was live and certainly kicking. This was the perfect night out to get anyone in a good mood for Christmas.

The Times:

They make your ears feel as if they are drowning in warm treacle.

The whole event throbbed with Gok Wan’s spirit of inner goddess liberation!

Camp without being kitsch, raunchy without being tacky, and first paced enough to stop boredom taking root, this is a lively and impressively polished show.

Peter Kay

“A Superstars Hen Night”

This Is Nottingham

Together, the girls sang along and danced to their favourite songs down the decades. An all-too-short disco medley, a meaty Motown set, the dancers and a couple of anthems set off this well thought-out show perfectly.

Glasgow Herald

The three women seemed to enjoy a genuine rapport.

Pink cowboy hats, glowsticks and glittery outfits were scattered throughout a sell out crowd for a show tailor made for a girl’s night out.

This Is Plymouth

Trio of divas still have the X factor

Their soulful rendition of Angels was better than Robbie’s original.
Portsmouth News Review

“A simply divalicious evening, daring!”