Lorrie Brown is one of the country’s most experienced Vera Lynn tributes. She started her tribute in 1995 and has performed in in many diverse venues including theatres, hotels, homes and football stadiums.
Some of the favourites that Lorrie performs include –
White Cliffs of Dover, Lili Marlene, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, Yours, We’ll Meet Again and many of the old singalongs loved by all.
Her show runs for 50 mins and she has a voice that is perfectly suited to the beautiful melodic songs of a bygone era.
Lorrie is quickly gaining a following on the lunchtime hotel circuit at Best Western Hotels around the country. regularly selling out, especially on the build up to Christmas.
As well as travelling around the world with her show, Lorrie gets a great deal of pleasure performing her show in the local residential homes. She was recently asked to perform in front of the Chelsea Pensioners at their hospital in London.
Her recent TV appearances include SKY TV, GMTV, YTV’s CALENDAR and an appearance in a 1940’s TV special on YTV.
Lorrie’s warmth and personality added to her beautiful voice make her a great favorite with fans of the 40’s music.
Here’s a list of some of the events she has both appeared at and been invited back to…
Blackpool Tower Ballroom. Veterans Ball 2012
Sell out shows at Carlton Park Hotel lunches
Blackpool Opera House, 2010 entertaining 3000 ex servicemen on Armed Forces and Veterans Day
Thameside Veterans Day
2 Yrs on a nationwide theatre tour with Danny La Rue
West Ham FC singing on the pitch at half time to a crowd of 33,000 on Remembrance Sunday
Twickenham Royal British Legion in front of the Lord Mayor and Chelsea Pensioners
Battle of Britain weekend in Tonbridge
1940s event at Wickstead Park
1940s Week at Sea Farm Holiday Village, Weston
‘We’ll Meet Again’ tour, Lakeside, Hayling Island, Warners
Best Western Hotels all over the country.
Butlins 1940s Event for ‘Yours’ magazine
Warners Holiday Centres, 1940’s weekends
Regimental Dinner in front of the Mayor of Tameside 2014
Extracare Retirement Villages around the UK
Tameside Veterans day 2009
Bridgwater, Somerset. 1940s Event