Here Come The Girls

WITH the Christmas party season almost upon us and the Spice Girls a distant memory Here Come the Girls could be just the big night out you are looking for.

After last years sell-out shows, Lulu brings back her musical extravaganza featuring Anastacia, M-People’s Heather Small and of course herself.

The three divas will have you dancing in the aisles as they sing a mix of high-octane songs of their own, golden oldies and pop all with one thing in common; fun.

Lulu said: “At this point in my life it has to be fun for me to do it and it is. It’s going to be amazing; the band is hot, we are hot and the audience is hot. It’s three women who are camp as Christmas and who really spur each other on.”

Having been sat in the audience with friends last year, new addition Heather Small jumped at the chance of joining the sisterhood.


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The soul-singer said: “I am so excited about being a part of this fabulous show; all the music, glitz and glamour is right up my street and to be performing with Lulu and Anastacia will be fantastic.”

Despite the womanpower tag Lulu says the night is for every one of all ages and sexes to leave their troubles at home and have a great time.

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She said: “All the gay boys love it; girls will come from their offices and woman who don’t have a job drag their husbands along.”

While this writer doesn’t fit into any of those four categories, Lulu persuaded him to come along so there’ll be straight men without wives as well.

Lulu said: “Last year Anastacia would check-out the men who had been dragged by their wives. They were all stiff at the start and by the end of the night they were sweating, arms all over the place and throwing themselves about more than their wives.”

*Here Comes the Girls will show at the Hammersmith Apollo on Monday and Tuesday, November 29 and 30. Tickets on-sale now from the box-office on 0844 844 4748 ranging from �25 to �65.

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