Nadine Coyle will be the headline act for this year’s fireworks display at Gunwharf Quays, organisers have revealed. The singer will perform her new solo single Go to Work to visitors on Thursday November 9.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the event, used by the centre to launch the festive season. General manager at Gunwharf Quays Colin Wilding said: ‘Our fireworks extravaganza is well-known for attracting the very best talent, and this year is no exception. ‘We are delighted to welcome Nadine to the centre to dazzle crowds as part of the evening’s entertainment. ‘The event will also mark the start of the festive season, with Christmas lights being displayed for the first time this year.
‘Gunwharf Quays is a magical Christmas shopping destination and we really are kicking off Christmas in style this year.’ Entertainment on the night will begin at 6pm. The event is being held in partnership with radio station Wave 105.
Sarah Harding chats about her recent stint in the Big Brother house as well as what it was like being part of one of the most successful girl groups and will reveal what the future holds for her and her partner Chad Johnston.
You can watch it again down below and view pictures of her leaving the studios.
I’m really happy to be fronting a new campaign called “Give Up Clothes for Good” to support Cancer Research UK for kids and teens along with TKMaxx. It’s a brilliant campaign and so easy to get involved. You basically just drop off your unwanted clothes, homeware and accessories to your nearest TKMaxx store and the money raised goes towards Cancer Research. It’s such an incredible charity that desperately needs funding. What these children have to go through is just heartbreaking and since becoming a mum myself I feel so strongly about supporting a campaign like this. It’s always great to have a clear out at this time of year so why not drop it off at your local TKMaxx!
Cole is doing great and growing up far too quickly! He’s pulling himself up to stand on anything he can find and he even stood on his own for a few seconds this week but then he loses his balance and falls on his bottom. He LOVES being free to crawl around and play, he’s in to EVERYTHING. He’s got his top two front teeth coming through too but he seems to be coping pretty well and it’s not affecting his sleep too much which I’m happy about cos running round after him all day is pretty exhausting! He’s laughing a lot too and finds Bobby particularly amusing which is lovely to watch. It gives me a snap shot into the future and how much fun they’re gonna have together… when they’re not fighting over toys of course!
I’m loving having Bake Off back on TV. It always takes a minute to adapt to new presenters and judges but to be honest I watch it for the baking and I love it! The challenges are harder than ever and the standard is high which makes it great TV. I actually took part in the celebrity Bake Off for Sport Relief a few years ago so I have a real insight as to how it all works and it’s weird watching it now after having been in the tent and going through it myself. Obviously they are working at a completely different level but it’s crazy how the time flies by so quickly in the Bake Off tent and things always go wrong when you’re under pressure. It’s a tough show to do but so much fun to watch.