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Atomic Kitten coming to Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 10:51 27 November 2001 | UPDATED: 10:54 03 March 2010

IT promises to be the purr-fect treat for pop lovers because chart-topping girl band, Atomic Kitten, are coming to town.

Following hot on the heels of their number one smash hits, Whole Again and Eternal Flame, and an equally successful album, Right Now, the Liverpudlian trio are heading out on the road.

IT promises to be the purr-fect treat for pop lovers because chart-topping girl band, Atomic Kitten, are coming to town.

Following hot on the heels of their number one smash hits, Whole Again and Eternal Flame, and an equally successful album, Right Now, the Liverpudlian trio are heading out on the road.

They will be performing live across the country early next year and Ipswich Regent has been confirmed as their destination on March 11.

The Kittens are Natasha Hamilton, Jenny Frost and Liz McLarnon and have enjoyed a hugely successful year.

Only Liz remains as an original member of the band formed in the late 1990s by former member of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, Andy McCluskey.

She and her friend, Kerry Katona, had formed a partnership in Liverpool in 1998 and were joined by Heidi Range in creating the all-female music group that started off as Automatic Kitten.

Heidi left shortly afterwards to be replaced by Natasha in March 1999 and with the band now going under the name, Atomic Kitten, they signed to Innocent Records.

In December of the same year they released their first single, Right Now, which scored them their first top ten hit.

The Kitten line-up changed again early this year when Kerry announced she was both pregnant, with the baby of Westlife's Bryan McFadden, and leaving the band, and in stepped Jenny.

The Kitten line-up now seems cemented and the girls are starting to reap the rewards of their success.

Tickets for their Regent performance at 7.30pm on March 11 are set to sell out fast.

They go on sale tomorrow, priced £16.50, and will be available at the Central Box Office, Princes Street, Ipswich, by calling 01473 433100 or on-line at www.ipswich-ents.co.uk

Weblink www.atomickitten.co.uk

Atomic Kitten official website

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