Did you ever think, when you woke up this morning, that you'd be watching Scott Thomas (Love Island, brother of Emmerdale's Adam and Corrie's Ryan, as was) performing The Prince of Bel Air?
I didn't expect to witness this impromptu karaoke performance either, but when I dropped into the open mic night at Wilmslow's cosy but tidy Symposium last night I wasn't sure what to expect- partly because I'd lost the email invitation from the talented Steph at Ledigo PR and I couldn't remember what it said.
Scott also busted out some Biggy Smalls and BB King, and to follow this, Nicole Barber-Lane (Myra McQueen in Hollyoaks) duetted with Duncan James from boy band Blue for a rendition of Mustang Sally.
So @SymposiumWilm @ashoztd @stephledigo @MrDuncanJames @nicolebarberlan aced it last night! Great evening and The Mad Hatters were fab!! 💃🏻🕺🏻👏🏼🎤🍸 #inmyelement #lovetodance #getondown pic.twitter.com/hQGPy5y9hs— Mary Fogg (@mezfogg) March 9, 2018
Providing the acoustics, and a few covers of their own, were The Mad Hatters. Great manic music, including a high-speed indie version of Sisquo's Thong Song.
|Nicole Barber-Lane screen left- I forgot who the girl on screen right is! Any ideas?|
A great evening, with friendly guests. I found it easy to chat to people, male and female, verified and unverified, after rolling in solo. I would have jumped on the karaoke myself, only they had no screen for lyrics. That was the only thing missing. Get in touch with Ledigo PR to keep up with their next events!