Special guest: Lots Holloway
Heather returns to the live stage
for a special Hometown Show at Brighton’s Concorde 2 on 24 May 2019.
After taking a little bit of time
out to have twins, Heather made a triumphant return to the stage by supporting
Alison Moyet on her most recent sold-out tour plus six exciting shows of her
own across the UK in Autumn 2018.
The gigs showcased Heather’s much
anticipated new album Hey Mayhem
which was received with great acclaim upon release in October and hit no.10 in
the independent artists chart.
On top of this, she co-founded
and curated the inaugural Diva Music Festival in Great Yarmouth at the end of
November and performed herself alongside the fabulous KT Tunstall & Gabrielle
to name just two. It was Heather’s dream to produce a festival with an all
female lineup that became a safe and inclusive space for lesbian and bi women
and their friends. It was just that, with top quality performances from 23
artists and bands over three days.
Her previous release, second
album The Thin Line (James
Lewis – Arctic Monkeys, Sunset Suns, Rudimental), entered the UK Independent
Album Charts top ten. The lead single from The Thin Line, We Can Change, was played on local and
national radio stations throughout the UK and was featured as the ‘Uncharted
Territory’ artist of the week on Terry Wogan’s show on BBC Radio 2.
Come Home, Heather’s
2016 EP, was her most upbeat and fun record to date. A record made up of
inescapably catchy beats, funky bass lines and infectious arrangements. The
lead single Lightbulb got
top playlist across various commercial radio stations and was one of the most
requested tracks on the month of it’s release, on Britain’s number one LGBT
radio station, Gaydio.
An actress for over 20 years,
Heather has starred in shows such as London’s Burning, Lip Service, Waterloo
Road & Prey. Most recently played Jeanette Burrows in the film
thriller Never Let Go,
which won 'Best Independent Film' at the National Film Awards. She stars in the
opening two episodes of the new series of the popular BBC drama, Silent
Witness, which will air in early 2019.
Heather is a figurehead in the
LGBT+ community, is a patron of various charities and has her own very popular
weekly radio show on Resonance 104.4fm, Radio DIVA, every Tuesday. She is also the
music editor for DIVA Magazine.
This special Brighton show will see
Heather performing old tracks as never been seen before and fresh new material
from Hey Mayhem. It will be a full
band performance for this show, something Heather absolutely loves, and she
really shines with the band.
Heather is always a very popular
live act so grab a ticket while you can….. you will not be disappointed!
Over 14s welcome, under 16s must be accompanied by a adult (18+), ID will be required.