Terri-Ann’s Intricate proposal

Terri anne Prendergast realeases her new EP at The Old Vic
Terri anne Prendergast realeases her new EP at The Old Vic
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Singer Terri-Ann Prendergast is launching her first EP – Intricate – with a gig at the Old Vic, Scarborough, later this month.

The Cayton 23-year-old’s CD is a collection of four self-penned songs: Tucked Up, Fear of the Fall, Hunger and HOPE.

The tracks were recorded at Scarborough at Sonic Moles studio and are available on iTunes as well as being released in CD form.

The Old Vic session is on Friday May 16 at 7.30pm and it will raise money for Breast Cancer Research UK. Terri-Ann’s mum Donna is having treatment for the condition.

“Obviously I want to promote my music but this gig is also to raise money for the charity,” said Terri-Ann, whose first gig was at the pub in Westborough when she was 16.

In support will be two Scarborough bands: Adam Chodon, who writes his own material, and Aftermath, a five-piece rock covers outfit.

As well as gigging Terri-Ann runs her own business taking music to residential and care homes in Scarborough, Leeds and surrounding towns.

Her themed sessions include 1930s and 40s hits and rock and roll years.

The former St Augustine’s pupil has been singing and dancing all her life and was a member of Ann Taylor’s School of Dance.

Tickets for the Old Vic gig are £2 and available on the door. Copies of Intricate will be available on the night.