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LaLa shockette3A hilarious, poignant and multi-media cabaret show is coming to Ventnor next month, hosted by Ventnor Arts Club.

‘Whatever happened to Lala Shockette’ traces the steps of the early 80’s New Romantic pop star, LaLa Shockette, (the alter ego of Lowri-Ann Richards) from her humble, Welsh dairy farm beginnings to Top of the Pops, appearances at Wembley & iconic stardom.

Beautifully sung songs by artists as diverse as John Cale, David Bowie, Kate Bush, Gary Numan- with anecdotes & some very tall stories which are ‘backed up’ through the use of projected original photographs & live video footage.

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The London Cabaret Award nominated show is head to the Island on Saturday 11th April.

Tickets are available now from, by phone on 01983 857060 or from Ventnor Exchange on Ventnor’s Church Street.

Paul Griffiths from Y Cymro gave the show 5* when he reviewed the piece in Edinburgh 2014 & said:

“If Edinburgh is all about your star rating, ‘Whatever Happened to LaLa Shockette?’ has the ability to dazzle, not only by the brilliance of Lowri-Ann Richards comic routine, but also by the abundance of well-known 80’s pop icons, she’s bumped into & bonked over the years….A star filled brilliant cabaret”


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