Toyah & Robert's Christmas Party 2024

Dec 22, 2024

Venue: Wulfrun Hall
Town/City: Wolverhampton
Address: North St, Wolverhampton WV1 1RQ

Following the runaway success of their Sunday Lunch YouTube series, and their critically acclaimed Tour of 2023, Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp are bursting out of their kitchen again, for the Christmas Party 2024 and hitting the road for an evening of classic rock in the company of two rock legends and their band.

Tickets on sale from Wednesday 28 February 2024

With the legendary artistic twists that both Robert and Toyah are renowned for, they’ll perform Toyah hits It’s A Mystery and I Want To Be Free, plus many much-loved gems, including Heroes, Rebel Yell, Welcome To The Jungle, Are You Gonna Go My Way, Paranoid and more.

Toyah says: “It is inevitable that our kitchen high jinx hits the road, because, as Sunday Lunch has proven, the whole world loves classic rock and wants to let their hair down at Christmas! Who better to do that with than two rock legends, who can really rock out and make you laugh at the same time!”

With decades of iconic albums, hit singles and concert tours to their names, Toyah & Robert have most recently connected to global audiences through social media. A staggering 120 million viewers worldwide have watched their weekly performances on YouTube, plus millions more on Facebook and TikTok, with the duo still broadcasting weekly every Sunday. The famous pair have now been married for 37 years.

In a career spanning more than 45 years, Willcox has won multiple awards for singing and acting, had 12 Top 75 singles (‘It’s A Mystery’, ‘I Want To Be Free’), released over 25 albums, written 2 books, appeared in over 40 stage plays and over 20 feature films, and even been a voice artist on Teletubbies. She has also been called one of the most influential women in rock.

Composer, record producer and author, Fripp is best known as the guitarist, founder and continuing member of legendary rock band King Crimson. He has worked as a studio player and collaborator with Brian Eno, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Daryl Hall, David Sylvian, Blondie and The Damned among others.