Beverley Craven to visit Budleigh Salterton

14:17 14 January 2013

Beverley Craven comes to Budleigh

Beverley Craven comes to Budleigh

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Beverley Craven, one of this country’s most popular singer/songwriters, will play the Public Hall in Budleigh Salterton on Friday, March 8.

In a 20-year career Beverley has toured the world notching a string of chart successes with album sales totalling more than four million.

Following a recent break from touring she is back at the keyboard and out on the road, this time with an acoustic line-up pared back to just vocals, piano and saxophone, playing a handful of small and intimate venues.

The two-and-a-half hour show is filled with nostalgia and packed with humorous anecdotes and will include all of her more familiar hits including Promise Me, Holding On, Woman to Woman, Mollie, Memories and Love Scenes, together with a generous selection of brand new material, unapologetically designed to make you laugh, cry and then tempt you to buy her candid and forthright autobiography Truth Be Told that’s been 12 years in the making!

The Public Hall, Budleigh Salterton. Tickets are £17.50 before February 15, thereafter £18.50 or £20 on the door.

Box Office: 07891 663044.

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