Beverley Knight to mark 25-year career with special show
Singing sensation Beverley Knight is to celebrate her incredible 25 years in the music industry with a special show.
The Wolverhampton-born star will showcase her powerhouse vocals when she takes over London's Royal Festival Hall next year.
It will be the first time the award-winning performer will take fans on a journey of all her hits, backed by a symphony orchestra.
She said: "I am so excited. I will be at the Festival Hall because I'm celebrating 25 years in the music industry so for the first time ever, I will on stage with a symphonic orchestra, doing all my hits.
"It's going to be amazing. Do not miss this because you know it's going to be fire."
Soul singer Beverley's one-off show marking her anniversary will see her go back to the beginning to perform specially arranged versions of her biggest hits throughout her career.
The former Highfields School student will also treat guests at the 2,500-seat concert hall to tunes from her highly-acclaimed career in the West End.
She has had a string of Top 40 hits throughout her 25 years in the industry, including single 'Shoulda Woulda Coulda', which reached number 10.
Tickets are now on sale for the concert, which is due to take place on May 23. See beverleyknight.com for more details.