Singer Annie Lennox OBE has announced a one-off show in Scotland later this year.
An Evening of Music and Conversation with Annie Lennox will take place on Thursday September 26 at the SEC Armadillo in Glasgow.
Named as one of The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time by Rolling Stone, Lennox – who was born in Aberdeen – is to share her thoughts, memories and reflections, as well as perform some of her music on the night.
This will be the first time Lennox will perform at a publicly available event in Scotland in over a decade. It only offers a rare opportunity not only to see her sing, but also to hear fascinating stories from her life and career.
All proceeds from the show will be donated to The Circle, a charitable organisation Lennox founded to help create transformative change in the lives of girls and women facing the challenges of gender disempowerment around the world.
The evening is supported by The Hunter Foundation which has been investing in inspirational charities and social entrepreneurs since its inception in 1998.
One lucky fan and their friend will also get the chance to be flown to Glasgow from anywhere in the world, to spend some time with Lennox during rehearsals for the show on the Thursday afternoon. The winner will then attend the evening event as a VIP.
Tickets to the show will be available to purchase from 10am on Friday at sec.co.uk/AnnieLennox or by phoning the SEC box office on 0844 395 4000.
For full details of the competition and to enter visit www.charitystars.com/Annie.