Whitney – Queen Of The Night, a stunning show celebrating Whitney Houston - one of the greatest singers of all time - will come to London’s Greenwich Music Time on Saturday 6th July.
Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday 3rd May
Whitney – Queen Of The Night is an unmissable live show for any Whitney Houston fan and is the closest anyone will get to seeing the icon in concert. The critically acclaimed show, which has already garnered high praise internationally, celebrates the legacy of one of the greatest singers of all time. Some of the biggest hits of Whitney’s outstanding career will be performed, from power ballads like “I Will Always Love You” and “I Have Nothing” to pop hits including “Queen Of The Night”, “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” and “I’m Your Baby Tonight”.
Elesha Moses will step into the limelight as Whitney Houston. Her incredible talent and powerful vocal ability has been recognised by mentor Matthew Knowles, aka Beyonce’s father, The X Factor and The Voice.
Speaking about bringing Whitney – Queen Of The Night to Greenwich, Elesha said: “I grew up listening to Whitney Houston. She’s always been an idle of mine. Having the opportunity to step into her shoes and celebrate her musical legacy on stage is an absolute honour. I can’t wait to bring this show to Greenwich where we can all come together and show our love for one of the world’s greatest singers.”
Peter Taylor, director of Cuffe & Taylor and promoter of Greenwich Music Time, said: “Whitney Houston has an incredible catalogue of music and it is brought to life by the very talented Elesha. She is outstanding in this role and is bound to impress the audience. It’s going to be an exceptional evening from start to finish.”
London’s Greenwich Music Time series of concerts, which will take place 1-7 July 2019, are set against the city’s most impressive backdrop. Framed by the pillars of the stunning Old Royal Naval College, the Thames and the London skyline are viewable against the stage to complete the ultimate concert experience in the capital. Cliff Richard, Paul Weller and Groove Armada are among the names already confirmed for this year’s bill.