NEWS PAGE & BLOG


Hello one and all and welcome to my news page. Here you can see me as my two alter egos the ever efficient secretary Prudie Jones, Evette the Spivette and plain old little me as you catch up with all that is current in my world. Regrettably unlike Prudie my spelling is quite frightful at the best of times due to my dyslexia so I shall apologise now for anything which might be shamefully mis-spelt. In the mean time I hope you find this page fun, entertaining and informative and become a regular visitor to my site.

Kind Regards

A Voice in a Million


Back from Gloucester and Up to Yorkshire!

Fiona Harrison

Doing the 1940s in Mitcheldean!

I’m sorry my last blog was such a dash but in truth I’ve never been as busy as I am now! Thank-you every-one for your kind Birthday wishes. I get so little time off away from work, not to mention the time I spend prepping for work, so going out for a special meal was quite the treat. Even now I have a 101 e-mails to do which all need replies and after a busy weekend away I’ve much to prep for as I’m booked to sing in Doncaster on Thursday!

First things first I would like to thank every-one at the Waterboard Social Club in Cinderford who booked me to sing for their 1940s -1960s evening on Saturday. I was booked to do 3 x 45 minute sets. One 1940s ATS “We’ll Meet Again”, one 1940s -50s Swing and one 1950s and 60s sing along, rock and roll so a good selection. On Sunday I was engaged to sing for the Old Rectory in Longhope who had hired the Xerox Sports and Social Club in Mitchelden and once again I was booked to sing the 1940s only this time I went all glamorous with my “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree show”. We had a really good turn out and someone had put together a wonderful display of 1940s memorabilia. I love looking at old things and anything 1940s. Now I’m back home I’m thinking a head and planning for this week. On Tuesday I’m singing the 1950s and 60s again with a show in Newport Pagnell before dashing off to do a Music Hall show for a corporate event in Peterborough. In fact it’s Music Hall all the way this week as I’m travelling up to Yorkshire on Wednesday and performing for a school in Doncaster for their WW1 day on Thursday. I’m really looking forward to it as I’ve never done a WW1 day in a school before. Lots of WW2s so this is a first for me.

Speaking of which I’d better get cracking on with my lesson plan before I see my dress-maker tonight, so much to do!. Keep Watching and thankyou for following!

Toodle Pip for Now!

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