Female vocalist Hayley G started her professional singing career at a very early age, touring the UK in musicals, at the age of 14. At the age of 16, she appeared in “Life On Earth” at the Theatre Royal Drury lane. After studying performing arts, musical theatre and dance at college she started working for Bourne Leisure at Warners as a vocalist, performing in and writing ‘West End’ style shows.
Female vocalist Hayley G joined her first band at the age of 19 and performed original songs touring the UK. She became resident band singer for Haven Holidays, performing at Caister Holiday Park and Presthaven Sands Holiday Park. She also worked in the resident band for Brittany Ferries, P&O, Travelscope, Park Resorts at Brynowen Holiday Park, Park Dean at Ruda Holiday Park and West Bay Holiday Park where she was entertainments manager as well as singing in the resident band. Working in Paphos, Cyprus for two years, she performed in 4 and 5 star hotels, working in duo’s, trio’s, bands as well as singing solo. She also worked for a cruise liner touring around Cyprus performing solo cabaret
Ideal for parties, weddings and corporate events. Also ideal for clubs, cruise ships, hotels, restaurants, bingo clubs, casinos, golf clubs and holiday parks. Based in East Sussex, but happy to travel. Fully self contained with lighting and high spec PA sound system.
Hayley has sung at the Durrington Working Men’s Club in Worthing for the past few years and has a very good following. She has a good rapport with all our members and adjusts her songs to suit the audience. A good example was her very first evening with us a big football match was on so her starting time was delayed. She was unperturbed by this. England won – so her opening number was “Celebrate good times”. Whoever books Hayley will NOT be disappointed!! – Lynn & Clive Paxton – Entertainment.
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