Singer songwriter Chloey Rose and pianist Matthew Jeffrey are performing at our Valentine's Dinner.
Two local performers have given up their time for free on the most romantic night of the year to support the hospice.
Singer songwriter Chloey Rose (pictured) and pianist Matthew Jeffrey will both be entertaining diners at our upcoming Valentine's Dinner With Steven Bennett and Paul Robinson.
Today we find out more about our performers...
Local singer songwriter Chloey Rose will be performing for guests at the beginning of the evening. The 24-year-old recently won the Best Original Song award at the Open Mic UK Regional Final, with her song Golden Dreams, among other awards. She performs around the country, including venues such as the Hackney Empire, Old Trafford and York’s Grand Opera House.
Chloey, who is also an actress, is delighted to be supporting the hospice and said: “Charity work is very important to me and I’m very much looking forward to the evening. I strive to deliver performances with real heart and passion, whether singing or acting. As an artist, I hope to be recognised for my own unique style and voice.”
Pianist Matthew Jeffrey, from Cleethorpes, studied music at the University of Huddersfield and graduated in 1995. Since then he has played piano and keyboard on cruise ships and at holiday camps. He also plays in jazz-influenced band called Vanilla Smooth.
“I’ve played previously at hospice events and enjoy being able to support what I consider a vital local service,” he said. “It will be a pleasure to play for diners.”
Tickets for the Valentine’s Dinner With Steven Bennett and Paul Robinson cost £35 per head. Book by calling ZaZa Warren on 01472 571268 or visit reception at St Andrew’s Hospice during office hours. The full menu is available to view here.