British soul singer Heather Small to perform live in Doha

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Heather Small, one of the most beloved voices and personalities of British Pop music, will perform live in Doha on 13 December at The Ritz-Carlton, Doha.

Heather Small is well known all over the globe as one of the most renowned voices of the 1990s. She was the lead singer of Brit Pop band “M People”, which was of one of the most influential Dance Pop bands of the decade.

Heather Small’s debut solo album “Proud” was released in 2000. Aside from her millions of fans who anticipated her title album, new fans flocked to Heather Small too as the title song of the album went on to become the title melody of the Oprah Winfrey Show, as well as the official anthem of the 2012 London Olympic Games.

The organisers, Premium Entertainment, “are looking forward to a wonderful evening of soulful tunes- a chance to get together with friends to enjoy a walk down nostalgia lane.”

Heather Small will perform live at The Ritz-Carlton Doha’s picturesque Palm Gardens on Thursday, 13 December, 2018. Gates open at 7 pm and the concert kicks off at 10 pm.

Tickets are now available at all Virgin Megastore ticket outlets, all Q-Ticket outlets, as well as on the following link:

For further information or reservations, please visit or call +974 4484 8000.



Cover image credit: Pledge Music
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