Christmas with Patti Boulaye

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

'Christmas With Patti Boulaye' is a Christmas show with a difference. Full of stories, fun, dancing and laughter - a celebration of the most wonderful time of the year which promises to get you into the Christmas spirit. Join Patti at The Pheasantry  where she will entertain you with some classical Christmas songs including: Santa Baby, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, All I want for Christmas Is You, Rocking Around the Christmas Tree, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas and many more.  Patti will be accompanied by her Musical Director Alan Roger

£25.00

Book tickets for Christmas with Patti Boulaye

Over the last few years, Patti has been wowing her fans at the Pheasantry with her two  sell out shows – “Aretha and Me” and “Billie and Me”, singing some of her favourite Aretha Franklin songs in “Aretha and Me” and  some of the most popular songs of Billie Holliday in “Billie and Me”.

Last year Patti launched her streaming chat show “Life With Patti Boulaye” in which she encouraged celebrities and successful people from all walks of life to share with her and her audience, a challenge they had overcome in their life/career and how they had endured the difficult times.

Two years ago, Patti published her remarkable and moving autobiography ‘The Faith of A Child’ that charts her riveting life story through wealth, poverty and civil war, to show-business stardom and success in Britain and her birth country Nigeria.  2017 also marked the 46th Anniversary of Patti’s West End debut in the musical Hair.  

The show changed the course of Patti’s life, when at the age of 16 she joined the cast after arriving in London from Nigeria in the early 70’s.  The show has been very successfully revived recently in London

Patti who came to prominence as a singer winning the British ITV talent show New Faces, where she made history by becoming the only contestant ever to receive the maximum 120 points was awarded an OBE for her charity work in the UK and Sub- Saharan Africa in 2016.  Recently she was awarded an Honorary Degree for Services to the Arts and Education