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Gabrielle Ducomble

  • Louth Riverhead Theatre Victoria Road Louth, England, LN11 0BU United Kingdom (map)
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Tonight, a little bit of Paris comes to your home town..

Blending suave tones with natural charm and sophistication, Gabrielle is delighted to meet new audiences and old friends on her fourth UK Tour. Singing in her native French and in English, she performs iconic songs by the likes of Edith Piaf, Michel Legrand, Jacques Brel and Astor Piazzolla, plus her own original numbers. With an authentic band including accordion and guitar, her music is elegant, emotional and wonderfully evocative.

Tonight, Gabrielle invites you to experience the Parisian joie de vivre through her music.  From "The Windmills of your Mind" to "Libertango", you will have "No Regrets".

‘Charismatic and sophisticated … leaving audiences spellbound in her wake’ – Jazz FM

Gabrielle Ducomble is a vocalist who, in 2003, reached the final of French “Pop Idol” and then studied jazz at the Guildhall in London She is performing with her own quintet and big band in addition to touring, television and radio appearances.

Gabrielle has performed at top London venues, from intimate jazz clubs to concert halls. She sang with the Aurora Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall - Southbank Centre, at Ronnie Scott’s, The Royal Albert Hall, Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho and Hideaway.  

At St James Theatre, she played to great acclaim twice at the EFG London Jazz Festival and for its Jazz Divas series. She also sang at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival.

She has recorded three albums and completed three UK tours, gathering fans in jazz clubs, theatres and arts centres from Wakefield to St Ives. Further afield, she has performed in Europe and the US.

Gabrielle received rave reviews for her two special shows in 2015 and 2016, "The Music of Michel Legrand" and “Claude Nougaro”.

‘An astonishingly beautiful voice’ – Emma Freud, Radio 4 Loose Ends

‘Wow… just wow’ – Sebastian Scotney, London Jazz News

“Parfait” Jazz in Europe

Tickets: £10 / TheatreCard £9

Earlier Event: March 4
Here, There and Everywhere
Later Event: March 12