Two years on, the Soweto Gospel Choir is soaring to even greater heights.
Articles by Mal Byrne
They've got rhythm, they've got music, who could ask for anything more?
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The West End star brings a distinctive British sparkle to the Broadway hits in her delightful cabaret show.
An infectious interactive experience from which there's no escape, even for the cautious bystander.
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More a musical pavlova than a croquembouche, but tasty nevertheless.
Vocally and emotionally, you longed for the depth of the man himself, but that was just plain unreasonable.
The combination of Coughlan's authentic lived-in blues and engaging humour was intoxicating
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A 'middling' cultural icon presenting songs from his 'middling smash' brought the house down.