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Singing the wings of Concorde for a special commemorative event

Jane is not just a singer who loves to sing. She loves the songs she sings and loves to entertain. Engaging with the audience is the first rule for any entertainer - and with her stage background and experience as a performer across many years, Jane is highly accomplished at entertaining her audience, regardless of the event or occasion. For further info, please see Vintage Singer.

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A stately home, booked by the family, for a lady’s 90th birthday celebrations

From your front room to a ballroom, Jane is an experienced act to facilitate either. With an extensive repertoire of songs to evoke memories and entertain all ages, Jane is a quality and reliable entertainer - and can also include a DJ or quiz.

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Singing for the National Trust’s World Record Knitted Bunting event alongside Dame Mary Berry

Jane just loves to sing the old songs. As she says, the old ones are the best! If you are looking for a vintage singer to sing for a special event, Jane can theme it or just sing the songs we all love from a golden age. Be it a meet and greet for a corporate event,  a wedding breakfast, afternoon tea - or for any occasion where a nod to times gone by fits the occasion.

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Stepping back to the 1940s

Keep calm and carry on. In the spirit of wartime Britain, enjoy being taken back to the 1940s, a time when songs were the order of the day to lift spirits and keep the nation singing for victory. As seen at many of the big 1940s events across the country, Jane’s show can be dance-based numbers and/or include her flag-waving finale. For further info please see Lancashire Belle.

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Testimonials

“Not only did Jane entertain the residents with her stunning voice, but she also engaged with the audience, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Her friendly, approachable personality charmed the audience.”

- Gary, activity co-ordinator, Advinia – Burrswood, Bury

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