She’s graced our screens in London’s Burning, Waterloo Road and Lip Service and she’s a pretty good singer too! In this interview, the perfectly lovely Heather Peace talks lockdown, her past acting roles and tells us all about her December gig and her latest album. Watch now! For more information about Continue Reading
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