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Adele Keating Stars In ‘Karen Carpenter: Goodbye To Love’

Posted on May 31, 2016 at 9:50 am

Adele Keating plays the lead in the new Karen Carpenter documentary-biopic on Channel 5

The Part-dramatised documentary details the pop icon’s career through the 1970s, when she and older brother Richard clocked up 80 million record sales, to her untimely death from anorexia nervosa at the age of 32

You can catch the programme at 9pm on Friday 3rd June on Channel 5

Adele’s previous credits include The Syndicate on BBC1 and The Door at The Park Theatre

For more information, or to book Adele, call Emma or Sophie on 0207 952 4361 or email: info@harveyvoices.co.uk

2 comments

  1. Comment by Frank thomas on May 31, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    Looking forward to this programme as loved karen and her voice for 20 years,from clips i have seen adelle has a very beautiful face and has a definite resemblance to karen.hopefully a truthful account of her life.

  2. Comment by Tim on June 4, 2016 at 7:44 pm

    I watched this biopic last night about the life of Karen Carpenter. I thought that the film was very well done and seemed to be an accurate account of her life in the spot light of fame, as I have studied the duo’s career since my early teens when they were just starting out on the rocky road of stardom. Again, I was saddened by the Karen Carpenter story, mainly because she had such a very unhappy life and she was such a beautiful, talented woman with the world at her feet, her life should have been so much happier. I will always love her, as I have since the early 70’s when I first discovered Carpenters supberb sound. There will never be any voice to touch Karen’s. She died too soon, and the world has lost a beautiful soul and talent.

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