Lou Fellingham, one of the UK’s leading contemporary Christian recording artists, is to perform in Kirkcaldy on Saturday 25th June 2016. ‘Lou Fellingham – Unplugged’ is a one-night concert taking place at the town’s Newcraigs Evangelical Church as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations.
Lead singer of internationally acclaimed Christian band Phatfish for almost twenty years, Lou left in 2014 to embark on a solo career. She has since released four successful albums including her most recent ‘Fascinate’.
Lou is now firmly established as a leading UK worship leader, singer and recording artist. The recipient of several industry awards, she has repeatedly performed on the BBC’s Songs of Praise.
The concert, currently on tour across the UK, is a coup for local church Newcraigs and Pastor Adam Broughton is encouraging anyone who enjoys Christian worship music to come along.
“We were fortunate enough to book such a renowned artist and concert goers are guaranteed a night to remember as they listen to some of the finest and uplifting songs in today’s Christian music scene”, says Adam. “The church only seats around 180 people , with tickets selling fast, so book early to avoid disappointment”.
Tickets can be purchased through online promotor Eventbrite. HERE
The Forres Drive based Newcraigs Evangelical Church is an independent evangelical church set up in 1986, to serve the Kirkcaldy districts of Blackcraigs, Redcraigs and Newliston. It has a membership of over 100, is attended by people from all over Kirkcaldy and wider afield, and works within the community to provide activities for children, teenagers and adults of all ages. Details of these activities can be found in the church’s website www.newcraigs.co.uk or by telephoning pastor Adam Broughton or Community Worker Wendy Slavin on 01592 204405.