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Food And Music, Lucy Hope And Damson, MediaCity

Edible French music, so to speak, on 15 November 2013

Published on October 21st 2013.


Food And Music, Lucy Hope And Damson, MediaCity
 

SHE has the voice of an angel and she does it in French.

At Damson Lucy will be performing and reinterpreting classics of the French songbook, including artists such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco, Jacques Brel, Serge Gainsbourg, Barbara and Georges Brassens.

Mancunian chanteuse Lucy Hope is bringing her sultry performance of chanson and cabaret to Damson MediaCityUK in November. Her voice will accompany Simon Stanley's elegant, award-winning food.

She enchanted a sold-out audience for her one-woman, bi-lingual Valentine’s Evening supper club show earlier this year – L’Amour – at Cafe Istanbul and garnered strong reviews and a good local following.

At Damson Lucy will be performing and reinterpreting classics of the French songbook, including artists such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco, Jacques Brel, Serge Gainsbourg, Barbara and Georges Brassens.

There will also be well-known English songs in French. Lucy will be supported by a five piece band including accordion and fiddle.

She'll also be supported by a three course dinner and a glass of matched wine per course.

The price is £44.95.

To book contact Damson, MediaCityUK, Orange Building, MediaCityUK, Salford, M50 2EQ. 0161 751 7020

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