A Sheffield singer will perform at a birthday celebration in London being held for Eurofest - the UK’s biggest Eurovision and Europop club night.
Lindsay Dracass was just 17 when she was selected to represent the UK at the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen.
Now 29, she will take to the stage at London’s Royal Vauxhall Tavern on January 17, along with acts from across Europe, for the second birthday party.
The event will be flying the flag for Europop all night long, with six hours of music provided by DJs Don Grant and John Hagley and the UK’s leading Eurovision DJ Dave Simmons.
Visit eurofest.org.uk for more information.