Hello my lovelies, I know that Valentines day was a bit traumatic for some of you due largely to your expectations and your partner missing them by a mile. Valentines Day always sees a surge of break ups so if you need to cheer up I am here – both on TV and in person […]
Hello lovelies! Yes after my October shows which also saw me do the first ever SINGING PSYCHIC GAME SHOW… I have now booked four more shows. so bring your friends along and lets play psychic bingo, jenga and other fun team games! The Singing Psychic Monthly Game Show at the Phoenix! Come play psychic bingo […]
The lost interview emerges 😉 Last August 2015, The Singing Psychic was interviewed on London Live TV ahead of her Camden fringe shows. We thought her first live TV appearance was lost. However the fabulous Catherine Arton, producer, casting director and all round wonderful woman realised she had this still recorded on her TV for […]
Berwick Street has had a market there for many years and even Marc Bolan’s mum had a fruit and veg stall there. Another Soho street which screams musical history
Episode 10 of my part comedy part documentary SONGS OF SOHO Webseries – the Singing Psychic reads the music of the fabulous Molly Moggs.
The legendary Ronnie Scott’s jazz club truly sings of harmony, playing at life like you want to and how sexy jazz musicians are. It is such a gift to have to be able to hear the music of buildings and this is truly a joy to stand beside. If you are single then it is […]
Here it is my darlings, Episode 6 of my Songs Of Soho webseries where I reveal what the buildings themselves sing to me 😉
Here it is my darlings, Episode 5 of my Songs Of Soho webseries where I reveal what the buildings themselves sing to me 😉
I had the wonderful opportunity to be interviewed by the Prince of Soho, the legendary Bernie Katz for his show on the fabulous Soho Radio yesterday. if you want to listen to the show with my live psychic readings it is embedded here,
Yes I am having way too much fun ‘reading’ the songs that pour out of the Old Marquee on Wardour Street that throbs rock and roll.