Singer-songwriter to play in Norwich for the first time
PUBLISHED: 11:17 05 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:07 05 April 2018
A singer-songwriter whose songs have been recorded by George Harrison and Tina Turner is playing in Norwich for the first time.
Charlie Dore, best known for Pilot of the Airwaves, recorded in 1979, will be playing at Anteros Arts venue in Fye Bridge Street on Saturday, May 19.
Ms Dore has recorded nine albums, starred opposite Jonathan Pryce in award-winning film The Ploughman’s Lunch, worked in theatre, television and radio with Eric Idle and co-founded London’s comedy-improv venue The Hurricane Club, working alongside comedy icons Bill Bailey, Harry Hill and Robin Williams.
Ms Dore’s latest album, Dark Matter, returns to her folk roots and features Julian Littman (Steeleye Span).
Doors open at 7pm and the concert begins at 7.30pm. Tickets can be bought for £13 from Anteros on 01603 766129 and online at www.anterosfoundation.com/music