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Welcome to Nadine Coyle UK!

Nadine Elizabeth Louise Coyle is an Irish singer, songwriter, actress, and model. She rose to fame in the early 2000s as a member of the girl group Girls Aloud. Nadine started her solo career in 2010, became a mother in 2014 and released an EP in 2017.

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Posted by Hayley

Nadine Coyle has joined forces with BBC Children In Need and Asda to launch a campaign that will raise money to help disadvantaged children and young people through play.

The former Girls Aloud star said she is thrilled to support the 2018 Power Of Play campaign, and is the initiative’s new Play Ambassador.

The singer recently visited the Limes Community Centre in Walthamstow, north-east London, to find out how funding from the charity is helping disabled children with opportunities to play.

The centre, which encourages its young attendees to try new things, develop skills and explore their senses through different play-related activities, is partially funded by Children In Need, receiving a grant of just over £75,000 from the charity across three years.

The funding enables them to pay for a Child and Family Support Co-ordinator, who plans and delivers play activities.

At the centre, Coyle met Aleenah, who has no sight in her right eye due to Peter’s Syndrome, a rare condition which means the eye does not fully develop in the womb.

The Limes has been invaluable to the eight-year-old, as having access to its sensory room has helped her be more relaxed with light, and her sensitivity levels have improved.

Coyle, 33, said the centre has a “beautiful atmosphere” and is a “very happy place” for all those to use it and benefit from it.

She added that there should be more such facilities available across the country to help those in need.

Dr Amanda Gummer, a research psychologist specialising in child development, said: “Play is vital for healthy child development – it’s how children make sense of their world and develop all sorts of important skills.

“Children’s natural curiosity and imagination help them learn about the way the world works, and playing with friends teaches them the social skills they need throughout their lives. Active play promotes physical development and well-being and a balanced approach to play promotes healthy, holistic child development.”

Coyle has worked with Children In Need several times throughout her career, and said the Power Of Play campaign was the “perfect” project for her.

As part of the campaign, Asda also hopes to inspire parents to play games with their children in an attempt to get them away from their computer screens, something that Coyle has struggled to do with her own daughter.

Coyle noticed a change in four-year-old Anaiya, her daughter with partner Jason Bell, when she was playing on her iPad.

The singer said: “She loved watching videos of other people opening presents and playing with toys.

“It put her in a bad mood, so we stopped it completely.”

Asda customers will be able to pick up a play planner, take part in in-store fundraising activities or purchase Pudsey clothing and ears, with all donations going to Children In Need.

Pictures:
>> Public Appearances > 2018 > November 1st – Children In Need Power of Play

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Posted by Hayley


Nadine Coyle will be joining the hugely annual Bongo’s Bingo, in this years Grease-inspired pantomime.

Each panto show will feature a series of songs and dances through the evening, including Grease sing-a-longs and Girls Aloud classics performed by Nadine.

There will of course be some festive prizes and fancy dress is very much encouraged as much as possible – especially leather jackets and pink baseball tops. The venue will be fully transformed, featuring iconic locations including a diner and garage with lots of fantastic production.

Tickets for all shows can be bought from: www.bongosbingo.co.uk

 

Address:
CAMP AND FURNACE, 67 GREENLAND ST, LIVERPOOL, L1 0BY

Event Information:
Start Time: 6 p.m. | Last Entry: 07:30 p.m.
First Game of Bingo: 08:00 p.m.

Make sure to book as tickets are going very fast!

Posted by Hayley


Nadine Coyle joins the cast of BBC Northern Ireland’s Soft Border Patrol in a cameo role. The Londonderry-born singer stars alongside comedian Shane Todd as filming gets underway for the new five-part series.

The mockumentary follows the antics of the teams patrolling the often twisting highways and byways of the border on push bike and by car, as they try to help commuters cross the border smoothly and swiftly, if not always successfully.

However details of Nadine’s storyline are being kept under close wraps.

Nadine Coyle said: “Being a Derry girl I was always aware of the border, and it’s great to get back home, and out filming with Shane and the crew for Soft Border Patrol.

“We’ve had some craic on location, but my lips are sealed about the storyline. You’ll just have to wait to find out what I’ve been up to!”

Made by the Glasgow-based Comedy Unit, most of the dialogue in the series is largely improvised and performed by a cast, including Karen Hassan, who plays SBP CEO Lisa McCoy, and Neil Delamere as Niall Sweeney, Head of Virtual Border.

Also making cameo appearances are BBC Northern Ireland’s favourite weather man Barra Best, broadcaster and singer ‘Uncle Hugo’ Duncan and country star Lisa McHugh.

The series will be broadcast next year.

Posted by Hayley

Pin Cushion, the film that Nadine plays a small part in, has been officially released in selected cinemas across the UK.

Nadine plays a glamorous air hostess who Iona (main girl in the film) fantasises to be her mother when she escapes into her dreamworld.

And while the former Girls Aloud star popped up as a school band member in 2007’s St. Trinian’s, Pin Cushion serves as her true acting debut. It was a film that she simply could not turn down:

Nadine spoke about the film: “The script was fascinating. It takes you on a journey of a teenager’s life, and will definitely resonate with all types of people.”

Trailer:


See which cinema is showing the film near you: http://pincushionfilm.co.uk/cinema-listing/

Hayley will be attending the Birmingham showing, that has a post Q&A discussion with the director Deborah afterwards!


Posted by Hayley

Nadine shared a film still from her small part in a feature film called Pin Cushion.

She plays a small part, as an air stewardess in one of the main actresses dream.

The film is made by director Deborah Haywood who i spoke to on Twitter a few weeks ago. I had seen the film had finished production and editing and asked how Nadine was in it. She replied “She’s FAB in it”

Pin Cushion recently opened Venice Film Festival Critics’ Week 2017. Unfortunately Nadine didn’t attend, but it has had some really great reviews.

Check out the HQ film still in the gallery below: