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Katrina of The Waves review: Singing in the sunshine as Let’s Rock Norwich! gets into full swing

PUBLISHED: 13:51 26 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:32 27 May 2018

Katrina performs without the waves this weekend at Norwich's Let's Rock Retro Festival at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

Katrina performs without the waves this weekend at Norwich's Let's Rock Retro Festival at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

Lee Blanchflower

“The sun is out - it’s crazy!”

Well, Katrina how could anything else happen when you took to the stage as the second act at this year’s Let’s Rock Norwich?

Yes it really is 33 years since Ms Leskavich and her Waves got the nation’s feet tapping with her summer smash hit Walking On Sunshine.

It was that song of hers that everyone in the 15,000 sell out crowd was waiting to hear and she didn’t disappoint with a performance as energetic and with as much gusto as when she brought it out in 1985.

The event is all about fun, cheese and smiles and Katrina fit the bill perfectly.

Katrina performs without the waves this weekend at Norwich's Let's Rock Retro Festival at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWERKatrina performs without the waves this weekend at Norwich's Let's Rock Retro Festival at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

The one surprising thing was that she chose an all black outfit for the hot May afternoon.

Looks like she didn’t visit EDP24.co.uk for the weather forecast on her way to Earlham Park!

But fear not she got a big wave before she headed off the stage!

Katrina performs without the waves this weekend at Norwich's Let's Rock Retro Festival at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWERKatrina performs without the waves this weekend at Norwich's Let's Rock Retro Festival at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER


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