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The evening will be filled with celebrity readings, spectacular musical performances, and magical entertainment for everyone to enjoy, while supporting a worthwhile cause.
They're excited to announce that the event will be hosted by Ore Oduba, with the incredible Leona Lewis confirmed to perform.
They'll also be joined by the spectacular West End Kids, the talented BBC Young Chorister of the year Anna Haestrup, Britain's Got Talent favourites the D-Day Juniors and D-Day Darlings, and magician Ben Hanlin, with more to be announced soon. The evening also features appearances from special guests including Martin Freeman and Geri Horner.
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British RnB singer who shot to fame as winner of The X Factor television series in 2006. She initially trained in opera, but went on to singing jazz and blues, eventually leading to popular music, citing Minnie Riperton, Eva Cassidy and Stevie Wonder as her main influences.
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The D-Day Darlings
Bringing the true spirit of the wartime era alive, The D-Day Darlings sing the heartfelt harmonies that kept Britain smiling through its darkest times with popular WW2 songs such as We'll Meet Again, I'll Be Seeing You, Land of Hope and Glory, and Bless Em’ All. Wearing original WRAF uniforms, the delightful darlings can perform against a backdrop of original 1940's film footage, taking the audience on a journey into the heart of an era where troops were being serenaded by the likes of ‘Dame Vera Lynn’, who is an advocate of the show. Also proudly supported by The Royal British Legion, the Forces’ favourite sweethearts do their bit for our nation’s heroes with each performance, having raised almost £40,000 to help the charity so far. The D-Day Darlings boast a long list of major credits including The Imperial War Museum, The Black Country Museum, The RBL's Festival of Remembrance, Royal Hospital Chelsea and RAF Cosford’s Veterans Parade. Perfect for any military or forties-themed event, they create the atmosphere of wartime Britain with authentic 40s glamour, quality vocals and professionalism.
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Magician, trickster and star of ITV2’s award-winning show, Tricked!
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BAFTA Award-winning actor who has appeared on stage, screen and TV (Clybourne Park, The Hobbit, Sherlock, Love Actually).
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Geri Horner a.k.a Ginger Spice first came to prominence as a member of the Spice Girls, the overwhelmingly successful British group who started a teen-pop revival in the mid-90s. Displaying the itchy feet that would characterize her whole career (in her time she's been a game-show hostess, a model, and a spokeswoman for breast cancer awareness) she left the band in 1998. Her return to the world of music came the following year with the album 'Schizophonic'. It proved to be a respectable chart success and launched the solo career she has been pursuing ever since.
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Ore Oduba, Anna Haestrup, D-Day Juniors