Dionne Warwick and Friends Booking Details
Show Prices: £64.50 - £161.00
Dionne Warwick and Friends Synopsis
Following the overwhelming reaction to her launch of World Hunger Day in London during 2011, multi-Grammy Award Winning music icon Dionne Warwick, returns to the Royal Albert Hall.
Joined by an International All Star Cast, Dionne will perform a spectacular celebration of her music and more with a full orchestra in aid of International Development Charity, The Hunger Project.
As a major highlight of her 50th Anniversary World Tour, Dionne will be joined by a stunning line-up of her peers from around the globe and will perform many of the classic songs that have secured her place as one of the greatest voices in the history of popular music.
With over 100 million records sales worldwide, this evening with Dionne promises to deliver some once in a lifetime live duets and solo performances of songs that have become part of the soundtrack to all our lives. These will include Dionne's instantly recognisable collaborations with Burt Bacharach and Hal David, Barry Manilow and The Bee Gees.
The evening will also provide the first opportunity for UK audiences to hear songs from Dionne's latest critically acclaimed album Only Trust Your Heart, a celebration of the songs of Sammy Chan, destined to take its place in a long line of Warwick's Classic recordings.
In addition to her very special guests, Dionne will be supported for this unique occasion by her own band of musicians, the stunning Southbank Sinfonia and The London Community Gospel Choir.
Join us in celebration, for the sustainable end of hunger and poverty.
Theatre: Royal Albert Hall
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Production Type: Concert
Running Time: To Be Confirmed
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