Punk princess who continues to amaze

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Toyah Willcox and her band

St Mary in the Castle, Hastings

Saturday April 5 at 7.30pm

Toyah’s career has been diverse with hit records and prestigious acting roles to her credit, and she is also an author, TV celebrity, and vocalist with her husband Robert Fripp new band The Humans.

But it is her own band that she brings to St Mary in the Castle, and you can expect a dynamic performance from this charismatic survivor.

The show is a celebration of her thirty year songbook with well-loved songs that include such massive hits as It’s a Mystery and I Wanna Be Free and cult classic tracks from those early albums Sheep Farming In Barnet and The Blue Meaning through to the Platinum-selling Anthem and the critically acclaimed The Changeling.

It is expected that she will draw heavily on her Warrior Rock album that features some of her best material and when performed live allows her to present some of her iconic costumes.

Advance booking is advised but this cannot be done at St Mary in the Castle.

For tickets (£22.50) in the auditorium, (£19.50) in the balcony telephone 01323 841414, or book online at www.pavilionhailsham.co.uk.

Tickets can also be bought at Music’s Not Dead in Devonsire Road in Bexhill, and on the door on the night