An Evening with Claire Sweeney

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An Evening with Claire Sweeney

Claire Sweeney's career started in Brookside nearly thirty years ago, since then she's become a West End favourite, from Chicago to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to Tell Me On A Sunday to Guys and Dolls working with such names as Alison Moyet and Patrick Swayze along the way.

Claire will be performing some of the songs she's learned along the way and revealing a few of the tales too in a series of shows at the Crazy Coqs in Piccadilly early in July.

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