The Voice star Nadeem Leigh returns to Stevenage and Hitchin

10:00 25 April 2013

Nadeem plays in Stevenage

Nadeem plays in Stevenage

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A SINGER who has appeared on BBC1’s The Voice will appear in Hitchin tonight (Thursday) after a performance in Stevenage at the weekend.

Nadeem Leigh was back in his hometown of Stevenage to play at The Coach and Horses on Sunday.

The 34-year-old Stevenage singer-songwriter took part in the intimate set alongside other local acts.

He will also be appearing at The King’s Arms in Hitchin tonight (Thursday) alongside host Kev Maher, Michael King, Jason King and Pete Woodroffe.

Entrance to the event, which is free, starts at 8.30pm.

Nadeem, who has made it through to the next round of The Voice as part of Team Danny, will appear in the battle rounds next month.

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