West End singer and actress, Tabitha Webb, will be bringing an evening of music to a Bradford church next month, as part of the national tour promoting the work of charity, Interserve.
St John’s Great Horton will host the national Love Changes Everything Tour at 7pm on Saturday October 8th, and as well as music from Tabitha Webb, local students from Grange Technology School, Bradford will be taking part in a couple of songs and there will be an exhibition of art by pupils of St Oswald's CoE Primary Academy, Bradford.
Tabitha Webb first came to the public’s attention at the age of 16 when she won the prestigious BBC Choir Girl of the Year competition. Since then she has become a star of musical theatre with numerous radio and TV performances under her belt. She has captivated audiences with roles in Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables (she was also in the 2012 movie with Hugh Jackman) and Chess.
The national Love Changes Everything tour highlights the work of Christian charity, Interserve which is at work in 35 countries in Asia and the Arab world, helping the homeless, the hungry, the trafficked, the disabled, the disenfranchised, and orphans. The campaign is something Tabitha Webb says she is proud to be part of.
“As a Christian, I am proud to be associated with this work that Interserve workers are engaged with in over 40 countries in Asia and the Arab World”, says Tabitha. “Please join me in supporting the Love Changes Everything Campaign, and I look forward to meeting you at the events."
Doors open at St John’s , great Horton at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Tickets are available from St John’s Church. For tickets or further information please contact Janet Nicholson on 07513 548303 or office [at] stjohnsgreathorton.org.uk