THERE will be All Kinds of Everything at Blackfriars Theatre on Wednesday when the winner of the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest Dana appears on stage.
She will be hitting the Spain Lane venue as part of her UK tour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of her victory and the release of her new album.
She will be supported by magicians Des and Cherry King, who have appeared in theatres and cruise ships all over the world, including slots at the Royal Variety Performance and London Palladium.
Dana was Ireland's first winner of the Eurovision Song Contest with her performance of the song All Kinds of Everything, beating internationally-recognised singers including Julio Iglesias, of Spain.
With 31 albums and 35 singles, she has also had success on television with series’ such as A Day Out with Dana, Wake Up Sunday and Dana’s Day Out.
In 1997 Dana embarked on her political career when she became the first Independent candidate to secure nomination to run for the Presidency of Ireland, coming third.
In 1999 she won a seat in the European Parliament and for five years represented Connaught-Ulster as an MEP.
In November 2007, she released her long-awaited autobiography and the following year her new album Songs Of Love.
The show starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £14.50 and £12.50.
To book call 01205 363108.