Musical legends lined up for Shropshire venue

A Shrewsbury music venue has secured a line up of musical ‘legends’ for a programme of gigs later this year.
Henry Tudor House, situated off Wyle Cop in Shrewsbury, has just announced that four big names from the music scenes of the 1970s, 80s and 90s will be appearing there this autumn.
Kiki Dee, who is best known for her number one duet with Elton John ‘Don’t go breaking my heart’, is amongst the top performers appearing at the venue, with an intimate show planned for October 13.
“We are absolutely thrilled that Kiki Dee has agreed to sing here, she is one of the UK’s most enduring stars, having celebrated 50 years in the business last year,” said Graham Jenkins, proprietor of Henry Tudor House.
“She is touring the UK and Europe with guitarist Carmelo Luggeri and they will be playing a stripped-back acoustic live show which we expect to create a wonderful and warm sense of intimacy for the audience.”
Other big names set to appear in the autumn programme include Beverley Craven on October 19, China Crisis on November 16 and Julia Fordham on November 25.
“We have worked hard to create a really great music venue here, with professional staging, lighting and great acoustics and all these musical ‘legends’ and our audiences seem to appreciate it as tickets are selling really well and we expect all the gigs to sell out,” Graham added.
Tickets range in price from £17.50 to £25 and are available from Henry Tudor House or from


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