Earlier today Kerry Ellis went to a photo shoot in London for the upcoming Children of Eden charity concert on 29 January 2012. Announcing the news on Twitter, Kerry said:
News archive: 2011
Kerry Ellis could soon be collaborating with Ramin Karimloo according to their recent conversations on Twitter. It all started when a fan, Greg O’Sullivan @Greeeeeeg, suggested that Kerry and Ramin should do a duet of Who Wants To Live Forever
Kerry Ellis could soon be collaborating with Britain’s Got Talent 2011 winner Jai McDowall according to their recent conversations on Twitter. You can read the conversation below
On 18 March 2012, Kerry Ellis will perform in a one-off concert ‘Kerry Ellis Coming Home’ at The Apex Theatre in Bury St Edmunds to help raise money for the John Peel Centre. Tickets cost £25 and will be available to book from 3 January 2012.
Kerry Ellis has been nominated for a 2012 Whatsonstage.com Award in the ‘Best Solo Performance’ category for Anthems: The Concert at the Royal Albert Hall. To vote, visit the Whatsonstage.com Awards website.
Earlier this month Kerry Ellis was interviewed by two Communication Matters competition winners. As part of the National Year of Communication ‘Hello’ campaign, Communication Matters organised the “I’ll be asking the questions” celebrity interview competition for people who use AAC.
Kerry Ellis is supporting StarCards by donating 2 signed items for their 2011 Christmas charity auction. The 2 items up for grabs are:
On 29 January 2012, Kerry Ellis will perform at a charity concert of ‘Children of Eden’ at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London. Tickets cost £30-80 and are available from:
Two of Kerry Ellis’ previously recorded tracks can be heard on a new musicals album called ‘Music Of The Night – The Ultimate Musicals Album’, which is released today, 21 November 2011. The 2 tracks that appear on the album are:
It looks like Kerry Ellis may perform at The Night of 1000 Voices when it returns to the Royal Albert Hall next year on 6 May 2012. Earlier today Kerry posted the following message on Twitter about the 2011 Festival of Remembrance concert at the Royal Albert Hall: