The 2001 United Kingdom entrant Lindsay Dracass has chosen the popular Eurofest event in London to return and sing her Eurovision classic No dream impossible whilst also showcasing her new musical endeavors.
Lindsay Dracass was only 17 when she was selected as the United Kingdom representative at the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen. She sang the Russ Ballard and Chris Winter composition No dream impossible. The song incorporated a modern urban sound accompanied with classical strings. This coupled with Lindsay’s strong soprano vocal range saw the song finish in 15th place out of the overall 23 acts on the night.
With the contest heading to Copenhagen again this year it seems only appropriate that Lindsay should return to the heart of the UK Eurovision scene to celebrate the very contest that launched her career back in 2001. She will be performing at London’s legendary Royal Vauxhall Tavern on Friday 17 January. Eurofest has grown into the UK’s biggest Eurovision club night attracting some of the biggest names from the contest such as Hera Bjork and Shirley Clamp. Lindsay will of course be performing her Eurovision hit song along with some new material to showcase what she has been up to since 2001.
If you want to see Lindsay Dracass live and enjoy an evening of wall to wall Eurovision hits then get down to the Royal Vauxhall Tavern on Friday 17th January between 9pm-3am. Tickets can only be purchased at the door at a standard price of £8. If you arrive before 11pm it is £5 with one flyer per person. Find out more at eurofest.org.uk
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