Lorrie Brown is a multi award winning artiste who has been performing a Dame Vera Lynn tribute show named ‘Sincerely Yours’ for over 25 years. The show includes covers of Dame Vera’s songs and an informative talk about Dame Vera’s life and how she became the forces sweetheart.
Having toured the country with the legendary Danny La Rue as well as performing solo to football stadiums to over 33,000 people and sang in some of the country’s finest theatres, Lorrie is a very experienced and talented performer.
In 2013 Lorrie was honoured for her achievement by the agents association and named the UK No.1 Vera Lynn tribute. Through this, Lorrie met Dame Vera Lynn herself and was personally thanked for keeping her music alive.
During her 25 years, Lorrie has performed in many different venues including Ramsgate Tunnels and the Blackpool Opera House to 3000 ex servicemen but is also available to book for private events.
“It was an absolute pleasure to work with you guys, hopefully I’ll see you again soon.”
Harrow Arts Centre Theatre Manager
“The wonderful Lorrie Brown is fantastic as Vera Lynn.”
Marine Hall, Fleetwood
“Thank you for joining us on Saturday for our Armed Forces Day and for your wonderful performances on the day! I think it was our best Armed Forces Day to date especially the fly past which you timed perfectly with the song there always be an England, which certainly gave us and others a tear in the eye!”
Rotherham Town Council
“A Fantastic Show, everyone had a great time.”
Natasha Wagstaff, Sheffield City Council
“Fantastic Evenings entertainment. Best night we have had. There are not enough superlatives to say how great this show is.”
Severn Valley Railway
“This show is as good as any I’ve seen in London.”
Hampton Hill Playhouse
“A Marvelous evening, with every single member of the troupe showing amazing talent. Super show, makes you proud to be British.”
“A fabulous show packed with hits from the 40’s era.”
“The ‘Salute to the 1940s’ were absolutely perfect for our events. A very professional show with the minimum of fuss and very friendly artistes. I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone. If it’s 1940s you want, these are the people.”