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Singer and TV star Peter is as well known for his hits such as Mysterious Girl, Flava, and Insania, as he is for his long-running series of shows in which he invites ITV’s cameras to watch his family and professional life. He’s an engaging and up-beat live host, and an entertaining performer.

After numerous awards and 50 million record sales, Gary followed up with III and a sell-out arena tour. For corporate audiences Gary performs with band or simple piano accompaniment; the set features hits Rule The World, Greatest Day and Back For Good.

The colourful and controversial 80s legend has graduated from Culture Club to club djing and a collaboration with Mark Ronson, via the Band Aid single Do They Know It’s Christmas. After wowing Glastonbury, he dips into his back catalogue with Karma Chameleon and Love is Love

As well as sell-out tours and hit albums, Alexandra as hiked to Machu Picchu for charity and launched a clothing label. At corporate shows she performs to tracks with dancers, combining her own hits Hallelujah, Bad Boys and Start Without You with her covers of Britney Spears and Whitney Houston.

The Brit nominated former Mis-Teeq and Strictly star is now firmly ensconced on Britain’s Got Talent. She has also presented a CBBC show and joined up with Paddy McGuinness in Your Face Sounds Familiar. On stage she draws on hits like Scandalous, performing to tracks with two backing dancers.

Jason has swept from Neighbours to No.1 hits to West End musicals – with a sprinkling of reality TV.

Eliza was six when she followed her mother Frances Ruffelle into Les Miserables. She has since become a successful indie artist, with hits from Moneybox and Big When I Was Little to Pack Up and Skinny Jeans – and a dance collaboration with Disclosure. She plays an upbeat set with a 7 or 10-piece band.

The tri-lingual ex-magician’s assistant from Hackney is now better known for retro-pop and soul hits like Only Love Can Hurt Like This and New York. Aside from her vintage style jazz soul singing, The Guardian hail her as ‘an entertaining raconteuse and a wicked mimic.’ Paloma performs accoustically, or with 10-piece band.

With a voice described by one Telegraph reviewer as ‘endearingly angelic,’ Ellie famously entertained the guests at the wedding of the future King and Queen of England. Appearing with two musicians or a full 10-piece band, the singer songwriter performs Burn and tracks from her No.1 album Lights.

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