Shilohway Entertainment UK is excited to announce: LABELLE: The Musical!

Published: Friday, 19 August 2022, 9:50pm

Labelle the Musical
Labelle the Musical

Get ready to VOULEZ-VOUS COUCHER AVEC MOI CE SOIR to the West End this autumn! 

The coming of age and journeys of Nona Hendryx, Sarah Dash, Cindy Birdsong and Patti LaBelle. Origins from ‘The Del-Capris’ merging with ‘The Ordettes’ then becoming ‘The Bluebelles’ towards becoming a girl group like none other ‘LABELLE. Surely one of the originators of popular girl groups of the 60s and 70s,

LABELLE spoke with conviction and confidence to audiences through their music that has never been heard. With such messages as: ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’, ‘Get You Somebody New’ and ‘Messin With My Mind’, not excluding such sensual and sexual overtures as: ‘Going Down Makes Me Shiver’ and ‘You Turn Me On’. LABELLE took the starch girl group image to the next level as boisterous, outspoken women whose voices commanded attention. Mixing their gospel roots with electrifying funk, soul and rock.

LABELLE became the first woman band of rock stars choosing to stand out! Travelling the world to sold-out audiences with their brand of Rock & Soul garnished new fans at every stop including, being the first contemporary music act and Black female vocal group to perform at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City! With outlandish costumes and powerful vocals, LABELLE soared to great heights taking millions of fans with them. With the success of their 1974 smash hit ‘Lady Marmalade’ these ladies proved that nothing can stop them!

It’s the all-new theatre dining experience; LABELLE: The Musical premieres Friday 7th October 2022; in the Grand Hall @ De Vere Grand Connaught in the West End. Visit: or 

Groups and VIP Guests are welcomed and be sure to Like, Follow and subscribe @labellethemusical on all social media platforms and don’t forget to wear something silver!

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