Louise Redknapp Announces Socially Distanced Show In London

Today Louise Redknapp announces a special intimate one off show in London.

‘Heavy Love – Intimate and Live’ will take place on Friday 2nd October at The Clapham Grand and will be a fully seated socially distanced show.

This will be a night of music not to be missed. Louise will perform all her greatest hits, classic hits from her girl band Eternal, alongside tracks from her latest album ‘Heavy Love’ such as ‘Stretch’ and ‘Not The Same’.

The evening also includes an interview and interactive Q&A with Louise, hosted by Richie Anderson from BBC Radio 2.

Tickets go on sale this Wednesday at 9am here.

Louise rose to fame as one quarter of pop supergroup Eternal, the first girl band ever to sell over 1 million copies of an album with their 1993 debut ‘Always & Forever’.

As a solo artist Louise has had 18 consecutive top solo 20 singles, 6 with Eternal and 12 Solo. Her debut solo album ‘Naked’ sold over 1 million copies and overall she has sold over 15 million records worldwide and 5 million records in the UK. Louise released three studio albums during her early career including the Platinum selling ‘Naked’ (1996), ‘Woman In Me’ (1997) and ‘Elbow Beach’ (2000). In 2001 she released a greatest hits collection ‘Changing Faces – The Best Of Louise’.

In 2018 she returned to music with her ‘Intimate and Live’ comeback tour with the entire run of dates selling out in 3 minutes!

Louise then solidified her return to music in 2019 and 2020 with a stream of critically acclaimed singles including ‘Stretch’ and ‘Lead Me On’, and the release of her first album in 16 years ‘Heavy Love’. She also completed two hit runs in the West End musical ‘9 To 5’.

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