Some lucky fans met Gabrielle this morning (march 13th) when she opened a flagship charity shop in Surrey. The event was in aid of “AADC Research” (Gabrielle’s favorite charity) and you can find
Gabrielle was spotted at Bernard Chandran’s show this Monday as part of London fashion week. Visit Bernard Chadran’s website
Gabrielle will once again help her favourite charity “AADC Research” by opening their brand new flagship charity shop. Doors open 10am on 13th March 2010, address and details below. Bear’s Attic Quality Charity
Gabrielle has two albums in the Official UK Top 100 Albums of the Decade. (2000 – 2010). Her Greatest Hits “Dreams Can Come True” comes in at #76 and “Rise” at
We might see get rocking her scarfs on stage this Summer?! Is that a reference to Festival For Heroes or something else?!
Sadly the festival which Gabrielle was scheduled to perform at (Festival for Heroes) has been cancelled. It has been scrapped due to low ticket sales and will be re-launched for
“In aid of children suffering the rare brain disease Aromatic Amino Acid Decarboxylase Deficiency. Please come along and support this very worthwhile cause…” Gabrielle was Guest Speaker at the AADC
Gabrielle makes her first 2009 live appearance this June! She will perform at the Festival For Heroes at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. Other artists to perform include Booty Luv, Ultrabeat
Soul Star Gabrielle makes a very brief appearance on the BBC cooking show MasterChef. January 2009.
In October and November of 2008 Gabrielle was the special guest on Al Green’s tour, Gabrielle performed her setduring the first half of the concert and Al Green took to
Here’s Gabrielle attending “An evening with Beverley Knight”, a charity event held at the Mango Tree in London on the July 21st 2008. Here she is again arriving with Lacey
“6-mile Sponsored WalkRoyal Russell School, CroydonSunday 8th June 200812pm – 5pm Your chance to raise money for children with AADC deficiency and meet the brilliant Gabrielle at the same time!”