Beverley Craven, Julia Fordham and Judy Tzuke's rescheduled gig heads to south coast

The Woman To Woman tour has resumed after it was put on hold to allow Beverley Craven to be treated for breast cancer.

Wednesday, 12th June 2019, 6:03 pm
Updated Thursday, 20th June 2019, 6:53 pm
Julia Fordham, Beverley Craven and Judie Tzuke launch Woman to Woman tour in Buxton. Photo by Neil MacKenzie Matthews.

Following her diagnosis last year the singer had a double mastectomy and lymph node clearance.

After completing a five-month course of chemotherapy she announced she would rejoin her touring partners Julia Fordham and Judy Tzuke for dates rescheduled from March.

The trio of singer-songwriters joined forces to create a supergroup which released the acclaimed Woman To Woman album in October last year.

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Beverley, Julia and Judie have developed a powerful bond in a very short space of time. The Woman to Woman project has let each artist grow and develop creatively with mutual support and friendship.

But they were forced to put plans on hold with news of Beverley’s diagnosis.

Their live show promises to be packed with stellar hits, vivid memories and a few surprises, plus the new material they recorded together. This will be a chance to hear much-loved songs including Stay With Me Till Dawn, Promise Me, Where Does The Time Go, Welcome to the Cruise, Holding On, Happy Ever After and many more.

They are at the Theatre Royal, Brighton, on Monday, June 24.