|20th November 2021|
Airdrie Town Hall
Airdrie Town Hall Stirling Street, Airdrie ML6 0ES
|£10 / £12 / £15|
|Visit the event website here|
Voted the UK’s best tribute act in 2017, and stars of BBC 1’s ‘Even Better than the real Thing’, Little Fix have wowed crowds all over the UK, and now return to Airdrie for the 5th year in a row after selling out to 500 fans each of the 4 years previously.
Little Fix are the most accurate Little Mix tribute act to girl super group Little Mix on the market. Since Little Mix formed in front of our very own eyes on the X Factor in 2011 they have become the biggest girl group on the planet and have churned out amazing chart hits such as Wings, DNA, ChangeYour Life, Move, How You Doin and Black Magic to name a few.
Little Fix deliver a high energy show and replicate the energy, stage presence and vocal abilities of the original group with stunning stage outfits to match. With 4 backing dancers and a jaw dropping light display, the band power through all of Little Mixes biggest hits with identical choreography and vocal finesse proving that “Girl Power” is back on the agenda.
Each member of Little Fix has professionally trained in musical theatre so you can be rest assured you will receive a high quality tribute show with that amazing party vibe.
The show is brought to you by local charity Diamonds in the Community, with all proceeds going to their projects in Airdrie and surrounding areas. These include a varied Mental Health Project in the town for both adults and children; The setting up of the first ever Sensory Room in Scottish Football for children with an SPD; Sporting Memories projects for those living with dementia; Donating over 30000 pieces of unwanted sports clothing to KitAid; and setting up Walking football and Walking Netball for those looking to improve health and fitness.
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