TWO trailblazing British singer-songwriters will be joining together for an evening of music at Worcester Cathedral. 

And for one it will be one of her final performances ever on stage.

Fresh from their sold-out Woman To Woman tour  Beverley Craven and Judie Tzuke are making a welcome return to the stage and will be performing at the cathedral on Friday, October 27.

The pair will bare their souls with new and classic songs from throughout their careers.

Beverley Craven first shot to fame in 1991 with her debut album featuring Holding On, Woman to Woman and her beloved song, Promise Me.

Cotswold Journal: PERFORMANCE: The pair will be performing at Worcester CathedralPERFORMANCE: The pair will be performing at Worcester Cathedral (Image: Newsquest)Meanwhile Judie Tzuke first came to prominence in 1979 with her hit song Stay With Me Till Dawn, which featured on her debut album Welcome To The Cruise.

A Brit Award winner, Beverley Craven has confirmed the show will be part of her final farewell live shows.

The star said:  It’s true - I’m not planning on doing any more shows after this tour.

"I’ve been writing, recording and performing now for over 40 years.

"This Strings Attached show is pretty special for both Jude and I, so it feels like the right time to hang up my headphones and ‘retire' on a high note."

Performing with the Gabriella Swallow String Quartet, the intimate acoustic show is promising a "witty narrative, unforgettable melodies, and poignant sentiments that will leave you with a warm glow of nostalgia, or maybe even the odd tear".

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