Singer and former Eastenders and Love Actually star, Martine McCutcheon will be performing at Town Hall to promote her first album of original music in over 15 years, Lost and Found. 

Now 41, happily married, mother of a 2 year old, the time felt right to return to the studio. Martine has co-written most of the songs on the new album with her husband, the multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Jack McManus, and she has never sounded better! 

New single Say I’m Not Alone, is a song like nothing Martine has ever recorded before; big, bold, brash, merging clanging guitars, thumping drums and a hard hitting lyric. Other album highlights include the rocky Any Sign Of Life, the beautiful Stay With Me (which is a duet with Jack) and album closer Rebellion

The album is a deeply personal record that deals with everything from relationships to Martine's debilitating illness that saw her unable to work. “Life brought this album about very gradually,” explains Martine. “It was a really unconscious thing; I started writing the songs at a time in my life when I’d lost everything.”

One of the nation’s original sweethearts, Martine McCutcheon first found fame as Tiffany Mitchell in Eastenders, before releasing her platinum-selling debut solo album You, Me & Us in 1999 which contained the Number 1 single Perfect Moment. In 2003, Martine memorably played Natalie in Love Actually before reprising the role for a one-off Comic Relief special earlier this year