Rebecca Ferguson showcases new album, Superwoman at Gusto Albert Dock
PUBLISHED: 18:00 28 February 2017
Singer Rebecca Ferguson delighted guests at a charity lunch in Liverpool’s Albert Dock. The singer, who rose to fame via The X Factor, sang and chatted about her new album, Superwoman
Rebecca Ferguson at Gusto Albert Dock
Claire Simmo and Jay Hynd
Cash for Kids team: Vevina Quigley, Anthea Harris, Carole Claire & Alison Henderson
Glen Gittins, Jane Joseph and Geraldine Lawler
Debbie Carney-Jones, Chrissie James, Julie Cara, Diane Swift, Janette Griffith and Sandra Carney
Jay Hynd, Lady Sue Granchester , Rebecca Ferguson Philip Armstrong Tony Armstrong-Burke Sue Crimes - Chief Executive, GUSTO
Marcus Collins, Tony Armstrong-Burke, Rebecca Ferguson, designer Philip Armstrong, actress Gillian Kearney
Rebecca Ferguson and Marcus Collins
Phyllis Allen with Julie Perry and Lorraine McCulloch, Celebrity Stylist
Emmerdale Actress Gillian Kearney enjoying Rebecca Ferguson
Jay Hund and Rebecca Ferguson chat to the guests
Paula Tran with Suzanne Noble, Claire Whittle, Ellie Hough, Natalie Hough and Edna Gosset
Suzanne Noble and Natalie Hough
Elizabeth Nelson, Karen Oliver and Johanne McAndrew
Rebeckah Vaughan and Lauren Elliot
Rebecca Ferguson was the star attraction at a lunch which raised thousands for a children’s charity. She entertained a packed Gusto Restaurant and Bar at the Albert Dock with an insightful question and answer session and a showcase from her latest album ‘Superwoman’.
Guests enjoyed a drink on arrival and a three-course lunch before listening to Rebecca, one of the country’s most talented singers.
The afternoon was hosted by Jay Hynd, with assistance from Radio City’s Claire Simmo. Rebecca gave an honest and sometimes emotional account of her life and career before taking to the stage to sing and closing with her hit single ‘Nothing’s Real But Love’.
The event, organised by Carolyn Hughes PR in association with Radio City’s Cash for Kids, raised £20,000 for the charity.
Rebecca received a standing ovation before Tricia McTeague rounded off the afternoon with a party set of floor filling tunes, ably assisted at one point by the talented Marcus Collins.
Event organiser Carolyn Hughes said: ‘We cannot thank Rebecca enough for her generous support today. Despite her phenomenal success and incredible talent she still retains a deep affection for and loyalty to her home city. Today would not have been possible had she not fitted us into her very busy schedule. Thanks to the adorable Marcus Collins for his input as well. It was a fantastic afternoon.’