Last Night of The Proms


Lytham Festival, 27th August 2023

Cuffe & Taylor / Lytham Hall
The Novello Orchestra

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Lytham Festival presents an exclusive Last Night Of The Proms show with Katherine Jenkins and more

Welsh superstar mezzo soprano Katherine Jenkins OBE is to headline an exclusive Last Night of The Proms concert in Lytham.

The UK’s biggest selling classical artist of the century will head to the grounds of historic Lytham Hall on Sunday 27 August. She will be joined by West End star Danny Mac, Ben Forster, and other critically acclaimed West End performers. 

Last Night of The Proms is presented by Lytham Festival organisers Cuffe and Taylor and follows the success of previous Proms concerts over the last two years which has seen more than £200,000 donated to the continued restoration of Lytham Hall. All money raised from Katherine’s concert will also be gifted to the Grade 1 listed venue.

Lytham Festival Presents Last Night of The Proms marks a return to the Lancashire coast for Katherine who last headlined the original Lytham Proms on Lytham Green in 2011.

Speaking about her return, Katherine said: “There’s something very special about a Proms concert. They are always such wonderful events and I am looking forward to returning to Lytham in a whole new setting.”

Katherine officially became the world’s most successful classical singer after she was crowned ‘The Biggest Selling Classical Artist of the Century’ by Classic FM.

A hugely successful recording artist, she has smashed the record books achieving 14 No.1 albums and performed for thousands of serving British troops overseas as well as Popes, Presidents and Princes in a sensational 20-year career.

2022 was an emotional year for Katherine having been invited to sing ‘We’ll Meet Again’ at the memorial service for her friend and mentor Dame Vera Lynn at Westminster Abbey. She also played a key role performing for the late Queen Elizabeth in her Platinum Jubilee concert and in September, following the death of The Queen, Katherine was selected to be the first artist to record ‘God Save The King’ for His Majesty, King Charles III.

Katherine will be joined at Lytham Festival Presents Last Night of the Proms by special guests Danny Mac and Ben Forster as well as featuring the exceptional talents of Louise Dearman (Wicked), Trevor Dion Nicholas (Hamilton) and Classical Brit nominee Georgi Mottram.