Charlotte Church has done it all: whether it was becoming one of the most famous opera singers before doing her GCSEs, or forging a pop career of her own a decade ago. Her Late Night Pop Dungeon sets are purely celebratory covers of everything from the Ghostbusters theme tune to Nine Inch Nails. If this sounds disjointed to you, then you’re just not having enough fun. It’s sold out, but snag a re-sale and join us while we sing ‘Love Machine’ at the top of our lungs.
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