Remember the child opera singer who won our very first Halton’s Got Talent more than a decade ago? Well she’s all grown up and her amazing voice has just got better!
Runcorn’s Charlotte Dacia presents an evening of live music in the Brindley Theatre’s intimate Studio space on Friday 23 February.
She will be performing a wide repertoire from musical theatre classics to haunting re-works of popular songs by her musical influences. ‘An Audience With Charlotte Dacia’ perfectly showcases her astonishing versatility and vocal ability.
The show will consist of two halves – the first, will contain musical theatre classics that have furthered her career and therefore have a special meaning
For the second half, she will be performing an eclectic mix of re-worked versions of modern songs by her musical influences including David Bowie, Kate Bush and Andrea Boccelli.
Charlotte is currently in Pantomime in Bolton. She will be shortly be announcing some special guests who will be appearing with her at the Brindley.
She herself supported 12-year-old, Widnes schoolgirl and singing sensation, Beau Dermott. singing at her concert at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall last year, along with our panto’s Rebecca Lake.
Charlotte said: “I would like to dedicate my performance to our wonderful front of house manager and friend Andy Spokes who we sadly lost very suddenly at the end of last year.
“I am very thankful to the wonderful Halton Borough Council staff at The Brindley for giving me such an incredible opportunity and would like to thank everyone involve with Halton’s Got Talent, for all their continued support.
“Having been performing my own shows onboard ships around the world for the past year I cannot wait to bring it to the people of my hometown.
“I am excited to be working alongside the fantastic West End MD Karl Pendelbury for this performance.”
Tickets for the show are £10 from www.thebrindley.org.uk or from the box office on 0151 907 8360.