Philippa Hanna

Philippa Hanna

Known Tour 2019
Women’s event for all ages

Saturday 1 June 2019

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St Michael’s Centre is excited to welcome award-winning singer-songwriter Philippa Hanna for a special evening especially for Women and girls, in support of Compassions Child Survival Intervention Program in Togo.

The ‘Known’ tour is a fabulous opportunity to bring together girls of all ages for an unforgettable event in support of an incredible cause. Philippa will be sharing her most well-loved songs alongside her honest and relatable stories with a sprinkling of humor.

Over a ten year career Philippa has toured with the likes of Leona Lewis, Lionel Richie, Little Mix and many more. She has played over 1000 shows in 25 countries, released 5 studio albums and visits as many as 150 churches a year. Her latest book ‘Amazing You’ aims to encourage and inspire others to overcome fear and fulfill their potential. Alongside her husband Joel, the pair share their trademark feel-good music, thoughtful songs and moving testimony in a show that is both inspiring and appealing to people of all ages and backgrounds.

It’s been a dream of mine to do a women’s event tour for some time. I love what happens when we bring the ladies in our lives into one place. You can share things with a group of girls that you normally wouldn’t, whilst making incredible memories! When Compassion told me about their Child Protection Intervention Program I knew it was the perfect cause to base this tour around. It is girls being girls, helping girls! And having a great night whilst we’re at it! – Philippa Hanna

Philippa will be joined by special guest Chloe Reynolds. Gloucester-based Christian singer songwriter Chloe Reynolds has forged a strong musical reputation since her debut, earning comparisons with Joni Mitchell, Alicia Keys and Lou Fellingham. Her music has been heard on BBC Radio 2, UCB, Premier Radio and more.

‘Known’ is the title of an upcoming single for Philippa and aims to spread the message that all people deserve to be loved, protected and ‘Known’.

Proceeds from the event go to Compassion‘s Mother and Child Intervention project in Togo