Whitney Houston Tribute

8th April 2019

The beautiful vocals of Beverly Savarin returns and she will bring us the best of Whitney.

With her passion in music, she'll be performing some one hit wonders. Beverly knows how to get the crowd up and singing along! This is an unmissable act.  She was also a hit on the popular programme the X Factor and the judges had this to say: Louis Walsh: There is a reason no one sings that song, it's because nobody can! and you just did! Thanks for coming back to the UK. You're a world class act. You're good enough to go all the way. Massive, massive, massive yes from me! Tulisa Contostavlos: That's the best vocal I've heard here in the industry. It's a yes from me! Kelly Rowland: You went for that high not like, -Oh I just do this in my sleep. You already know, you don't need me to say anything, YES! She's amazing! Gary Barlow: Technically that was spot on, you hit every note! There is nothing you need to learn or improve on. Yes from me, thanks for sharing your amazing voice with us! £24.95pp tickets price includes a superb 3 course meal from the Genting Nights Menu, live entertainment and a free £5 selected gaming voucher to use in the casino. All performances start from 9pm, however guests are encouraged to dine before the entertainment. To book email hannah.martin@gentingcasinos.co.uk.

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