PUNK era legend Hazel O’Connor has been performing her classy new show up and down the country of late.
And on Friday night Fleetwood’s Marine Hall plays host to the singer and her Bluja Project trio.
The Coventry-born artist is still best known for her work as an actress, songwriter and singer in the acclaimed British film Breaking Glass in 1980.
The Bluja Project trio sees the singer performing with accomplished saxophonist Claire Hirst (Bellestars, Communards, David Bowie) and pianist/vocalist Sarah Fisher (Eurythmics, Sax in the City), who also sing stunning harmonies with the frontwoman.
The trio will perform a mix of Hazel’s best-known songs, their own take on ageless standards, and new material, ranging from punk, to folk and jazz.
The audience can also expect plenty of banter and stories between songs.
A Marine Hall spokeswoman said: “This is the first time we have ever had Hazel O’Connor here, and it is genuinely exciting to have an artist of her stature.
“There has been a lot of interest so far.”
All tickets £15 from the Marine Hall box office.