The Little Mix Experience band is coming to Hornchurch’s Queen’s theatre
PUBLISHED: 15:53 20 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:53 20 June 2018
Fans of one of X-Factor’s finest exports are invited to see The Little Mix Experience at the Queen’s Theatre.
Four talented girls will be paying tribute to Little Mix with breathtaking dance moves and replica costumes.
Shannan Cairns, performing as Perrie Edwards is the choreographer and creative director for the show.
She said: “The audience can expect a high energy show for all the family to enjoy.
“All the hits from Little Mix from the very beginning until now, along with replicate dance routines and costumes.
“It really is the full Little Mix Experience.”
The show brings the audience all of the band’s greatest hits including DNA, Wings, Salute, Black Magic, Love Me Like You, Secret Love Song and many more.
Shannan first became involved with the show in January 2016 and said the group has gone from strength to strength since then.
“I have danced for many years so I wanted to branch out and become a singer,” she said.
“I have always been a fan of Little Mix so when the opportunity came around to join The Little Mix Experience, it ticked all of the boxes for me - I am able to lead vocals as well as have the opportunity to choreograph the show.”
Shannan is joined by Aimee Horner who plays Jesy Nelson, Belle Morgan who plays Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Derry Grey who plays Jade Thirlwall.
“The girls are very good at portraying their individual characters and we work even better as a team,” Shannan explained.
“We were bought together through an audition process similar to Little Mix themselves, where we each prepared a Little Mix song of our choice and learned some of the original choreography from their Salute video.”
Speaking about what has been the highlight of her career so far, Shannan struggled to pick just one moment.
She said: “We are very blessed to have the support and fan base that we do and the reaction we get everywhere we’ve been is just incredible.”
The Little Mix Experience will be playing at the Queen’s Theatre, Billet Lane on Sunday, July 22.
For tickets contact 01708 443333.
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