The Songs of Sister Act

The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with the Bristol Hippodrome to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of top price tickets

A NEW high energy concert production, The Songs of Sister Act, is being staged for one night only at the Bristol Hippodrome on February 4.Starring Sheila Ferguson, Rowetta and The London Community Gospel Choir, the theatre will be filled with the sounds of those famous gospel hits from the much loved Sister Act movies which starred Whoopi Goldberg and were released in the early 90s.Sheila is the lead singer of the legendary Three Degrees and in November 2004 appeared in the reality TV show I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, bravely swimming in a crocodile infested lake and then taking a bath with Joe Pasquale. Sheila's new album, New Kind of Medicine, was released late last year to widespread critical acclaim.Rowetta has had a varied career and entered ITV's X Factor in 2004. Her enormous voice set her apart from 50,000 other entrants and established her as Simon Cowell's favourite. Rowetta was the last woman standing and she released a self-titled album in October 2005.Rowetta recently appeared in Christmas On Broadway at the O2 Arena in London with Marti Webb, Stephen Gateley and Maria Friedman.This unforgettable show will have the audience dancing in the aisles to an array of uplifting songs including Oh Happy Day, Joyful Joyful, Shout and Ain't No Mountain High Enough.Fancy dress is encouraged so dig out those dancing shoes.The performance starts at 7.30pm. For tickets, priced £18.50, call ticketmaster on 0844 847 2325.* The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with the Bristol Hippodrome to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of top price tickets to see The Songs of Sister Act on February 4. To enter please answer the following question: What is the name of the actress who starred in the Sister Act movies?* Closes: 9am on January 25.* Usual Archant rules apply and the editor's decision is final.


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