Hollie’s Christmas Single on Pre-Order from today

Hollie Steel When Christmas Comes to TownHollie Steel’s new  Christmas single for Christmas 2010  is available to pre-order from the store today. There are two tracks on the single, When Christmas Comes to Town and O Holy Night. The release date is November 22nd, 2010, but the tracks can be pre-ordered now.

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Hollie Steel attends Premier of Legend of the Guardians

Hollie Steel Legend of the Guardians Hollie Steel Legend of the Guardians 2On Sunday, Hollie attended the UK premiere of Legend of the Guardians in London with Josh and her family.

Legend of the Guardians is a children’s film where the lead characters are owls, and the story centres around Soren, a young barn owl, who is kidnapped by owls of St. Aggie’s, ostensibly an orphanage, where owlets are brainwashed into becoming soldiers.

Hollie had her photo taken with some real owls that attended the premier! Several other celebrities also attended the premier and Hollie and her family had a great time there.

In other news, Hollie will be attending the album launch of 2 Grand on the 28th October in Doncaster. Hollie will be singing “I Feel Pretty”  from West Side Story.

Hollie’s Christmas Single for 2010

Hollie Steel Christmas Single 2010Hollie Steel’s Christmas Single will be the song “When Christmas Comes to Town” from the film “The Polar Express” . Today (Friday) Hollie is recording the video to go with the song.

We can’t wait to see and hear it, Hollie!

Hollie’s Latest News

Hollie Steel moving to LondonHollie will be moving to London on Thursday to starting at Sylvia Young’s Theatre School after the Summer holidays. And exceptionally busy as always, she will be in the studio this Wednesday recording her Christmas single.

Hollie Steel’s July 24th Surrey Performance

Hollie Steel performing at Julian Smith eventHere is Hollie performing at the charity garden party at Hillcroft House, Surbiton, Surrey, on the 24th July. Also performing at the event was Julian Smith, the saxophonist who came third in Britain’s Got Talent, 2009.

Hollie is wearing a lovely sleeveless pink dress, with a sparkly sequinned top and a layered skirt.

The photo was taken by Adam Lake (Adam’s Adventures on the Forum) and you can view more of his photos from the event here.

Hollie Steel going to Sylvia Young’s in September

Hollie Steel has gained a place at the renowned Sylvia Young Theatre School in London, and will be starting there in September.

Famous former pupils of the school include Billie Piper, Amy Winehouse and Emma Bunton.

Hollie Steel on Britain’s Got Talent

Here’s a lovely reminder of Hollie’s performances since Britain’s got Talent. Hollie’s had a lovely year and this week she has started rehearsing for her new Christmas single. Watch this space!!

Hollie Steel and Friends at Oswaldtwistle Civic Theatre on 3rd July, 2010

hollie steel with the mayor of hyndburn council

Mayor and Mayoress of Hyndburn Council, Councillor Malcolm Pritchard and Mrs Irene Pritchard, with Hollie Steel

I was fortunate enough to attend the final leg of Hollie Steel’s tour at Oswaldtwistle Civic Theatre yesterday evening, and I was treated to a spectacular performance by our favourite little star.

Hollie opened the show by singing three songs from her album: “I Could Have Danced All Night”, “When She Loved Me” and “O Mio Babbino Caro”. She was wearing the cute white and rose petal dress which appears on her album cover. It was amazing listening to Hollie’s voice, and the fact that this diminutive little 12 year old girl was singing live in front of a packed audience, and was doing so with such confidence, charisma and skill. And speaking of charisma, it would be appropriate here to mention Hollie’s brother, Josh, who MC’d the entire event with such fluency and charm that it belied the fact that he too is just 16 years old. Regular visitors to this site will know that Josh has been offered a place at the Italia Conti Stage School and will be starting there in September.

Hollie Steel at OswaldtwistleAfter Hollie’s opening songs, we were treated to some performances by the Basics Theatre School, which both Hollie and Josh attend. It must be easy for other talented children who attend this theatre group to be overlooked when two such talented siblings are present, but a special mention must be given to Nicole Talmer, who sang “Your Song” in the first half and “Over the Rainbow” in the second half, who is clearly a talented and accomplished singer in her own right. I must also mention Josh’s performance as Fagin, singing “You’ve Got To Pick a Pocket or Two” from Oliver. He sings, he dances, he acts, he presents, and I’m sure the teenage girls in the audience would have a plethora of further favourable adjectives to describe this talented young man.

Josh also sang two further songs in the first half – “She’s Out of My Life”, originally sung by Michael Jackson, and “Everything”, originally sung by Michael Bublé. The first half was finished off by Hollie singing three more songs from her album, “These Eyes of Mine”, the song that Jason and Hollie wrote together, “Come to My Garden” and “Ave Maria”.

Hollie and Josh performing on stage together at OswaldtwistleAfter the interval, Hollie appeared in a teal blue dress, with a sparkly sequinned bodice and pleated skirt. She sang a further three songs from her album:  “Edelweiss”, “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” and “The Music of the Night” with brother, Josh. There were further performances by Josh and Basics Theatre School, then Hollie and Josh sang another duet – “Together at Last” from Annie. I found Hollie’s performance again quite astonishing. She had switched from operatic to musical theatre in an instant, complete with an authentic American accent!

Hollie finished the show with three more performances of songs from her album – “Hushabye Mountain”, “God Help the Outcasts” and the finale, “Nessun Dorma”.

After Hollie’s performance I took the opportunity to speak with the Mayor of Hyndburn, Councillor Malcolm Pritchard, who is pictured with his wife, the Mayoress Mrs Irene Pritchard, and Hollie, in the photo top left. He told me that he had met Hollie when she was leading the recent Hyndburn recycling rally for Hyndburn Council, and said it was great that such a talented little girl lived in the area. He also told me that chart topper Diana Vickers of X Factor fame, is also from the Hyndburn Council area. Councillor Pritchard also added that he would like Hollie to appear and perform at further events within the region in the future.

I’d like to finish this review by saying a quick hello to some of Hollie’s biggest fans, some of whom had travelled all the way from America to see her perform. So hello to Mick, Robert, Jennifer, John, David, Sean, Margaret and Agata, it was lovely to meet you!

Hollie Steel Performing in Surrey on Saturday 24th July, 2010

Hollie Steel in SurreyHollie Steel will be performing at a charity garden party at Hillcroft House, Surbiton, Surrey, on the 24th July. Also performing at the event is Julian Smith, the saxophonist who came third in Britain’s Got Talent, 2009.

The evening event starts at 7:00 pm but the doors open at 6:00 pm and there is a whole programme of events during the day – click here for full details.

Tickets can be purchased from Seetickets.

Click here to download a leaflet (in pdf format) promoting the event.

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