FANS of ‘the world’s greatest girl band’ are in for a treat as a high-energy pop music and dance extravaganza hits Cheshire this spring.

For one night only, the best-selling pop concert experience, Woman Like Me: The Little Mix Show will be delighting fans young and old at Northwich Memorial Hall.

The show includes back-to-back chart-topping hits, incredible voices, and the electrifying energy of Little Mix brought to life on stage, captivating fans in an wonderful celebration of the band's phenomenal music career.

Woman Like Me features all Little Mix's greatest hits, including Black Magic, Secret Love Song, Power, and, of course, Woman Like Me.

The show’s producers say fans of all ages 'leave the show feeling empowered, uplifted, and ready to embrace their own uniqueness'.

Natalie Gray, who’s a pop singer and songwriter in her own right, has been part of the show's line-up since 2018.

Londoner Natalie says she loves how much energy the Little Mix repertoire demands from the performers, especially the tight, close harmony singing and 'huge' choreographed dance routines.  

Northwich Guardian: Authentic dance routines and costumes help fans immerse themsevles in the Little Mix vibeAuthentic dance routines and costumes help fans immerse themsevles in the Little Mix vibe (Image: Women Like Us: The Little Mix Show)

The 30-year-old said: “It’s an absolute joy to be on stage performing such amazing music every night. I’ve got the best job in the world.

“Little Mix is, without doubt, the greatest girl band in the world. 

“I know they're a trio now, but there are four of us, like in the old days, and we do the biggest hits from then, but also their most recent songs.

“Our show is bit a different to other tribute shows. We don’t pretend to be them – we are ourselves, performing their music.

"But we do try to replicate the iconic dance moves and costumes, just to keep it authentic.

"The show is really interactive. We run competitions which gets all the kids involved, and we do a meet and greet at the end, which is a massive highlight for me.

"People can then message us with their selfies and we can put them our social media. 

“Everyone's free to enjoy the show in whatever way they like. It’s very much one for all ages."

Tickets are now on sale for the Northwich Memorial Hall show on Saturday, April 13. Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.   

Natalie added: "Little Mix’s music applies to everyone. I’ve got friends in their 30s and 40s who are obsessed with their music, but my goddaughter, who’s 10, is just as obsessed.

"Their style is so unique and cool, but at the same time, they’re real women.

"That what really drives people to their music."