Vintage singer, Rose Lancaster, takes you on a journey of the timeless classics!
From the 1920s, through the swing, romance and jazz of the 30s, 40s and 50s.
Rose has been singing professionally for twelve years and now performs her vintage entertainment all over the UK.
" We could not have asked for anyone or anything better than Rose! Her vocals were incredible and her performances added a real sense of magic to our wedding. Rose was so professional, accommodating, kind and of course insanely talented. I would recommend Rose without hesitation to anyone looking for a singer at their event. You won’t be disappointed! …. Rose - thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I can’t even begin to explain how much you added to our wedding day! "
Kathleen Jenkins – Wedding Ceremony & Reception
Sep 2022, Review verified by Poptop
Inspired by the voices of Ella Fitzgerald, Vera Lynn, Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, The Andrews Sisters and many more; Rose gives an authentic, sophisticated and elegant performance. Based in Brighton, East Sussex, Rose trained at the prestigious Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. You will often hear her accompanying vintage themed events, festivals and weddings.
An accomplished singer, Rose has performed at festivals such as Shelsley Walsh Nostalgia Weekend, Operation Dynamo 75th Anniversary Weekend (Ramsgate), the Military World Show and Southern at War at The Bluebell Railway. Rose has also performed at prestigious venues such as the Natural History Museum, Sandhurst Military Academy and Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
She has also been interviewed and featured in Vintage Life Magazine.
Rose is frequently performing at weddings, parties, events, festivals and functions. She lives in Brighton and is happy to travel and although based in Sussex, in 2022 alone has performed in Kent, Hampshire, Norfolk, Worcestershire, London, Cornwall, Edinburgh & Aberdeen!
Rose recently sang at the press party for 'Pressure' the play by David Haig. Held at the Ambassadors Theatre in the West End, Rose accompanied the vintage street party that was attended by
guests such as Imelda Staunton, Sir Patrick Stewart and Bertie Carvel.
Take a look at the promo video here which Rose features in.