A RESPECTED singer-songwriter will put on an acoustic show when she comes to Crawley.
Charlie Dore has enjoyed a multi-faceted career that includes acting in films, on TV and on radio, comedy-improvisation, and writing for radio.
Her 2011 album, Cheapskate Lullabyes, won the Indie Acoustic Project's title Best Lyrics of 2011.
An impressively diverse list of artists have recorded her material, including Tina Turner, George Harrison, Sheena Easton, Celine Dion, UB40 and Jimmy Nail, for whom she wrote Ain't No Doubt, a UK number one single in 1992.
She starred opposite Jonathan Pryce in the film The Ploughman's Lunch, has worked in the West End and performed alongside comedy icons, including Robin Williams.
She will be bringing her contemporary acoustic style of music to Crawley for a show on Thursday November 29 at 7.45pm.
Songs from all four of her albums will be performed, and Charlie will be accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Julian Littman.
Tickets, priced between £12 and £14 are available by calling 01293 553636.