Sue Kyng  has had a varied career in Show-Business, (stage name Carol Christmas) which started at the tender age of 12. She has worked with a Children’s Show Group, 25 piece Dance Band, 5 piece Progressive Rock Group, Comedy Duo and as a solo Entertainer with her own backing band.

          During her working experience Sue has found herself in Theatre Plays, Films, Pantomime, Summer Seasons, Concerts, Cabaret, Hotels, Night Clubs and Saloon Work in Hotel Lounge bars in venues such as the Hilton, Ramada, Sheraton, Holiday Inn, and many more.

          Over the years she has won many accolades with her talents including a British Club land Award two years running.

          Her expertise has taken her all over the world… Malta, Gibralta, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Germany, France, Holland, U.A.E. Canada, and of course United Kingdom. She has toured on loads of (Combined Services Entertainment) C.S.E Concerts in Germany and Northern Ireland.

          Sue Proudly boasts working one of  the biggest 'Theatre in England' and one of the largest stadiums in the World.
          One of her biggest successes was earned at Amsterdam’s celebrated ‘Blue Note Club,’ where the show was televised and transmitted throughout Europe.  She also performed a duet with Telly Savalas. Together they sang ‘If’

          Her career has also taken her in the film Industry. She played the part of a Mother Superior. The film was sold and shown on channel 4 ‘Death & Transfiguration’… let’s hope she makes a habit of this!

          Her television appearances as a solo entertainer and singer are: - Pebble Mill, B.B.C., Central, & Thames.

          Television appearances as an Actress: - Channel 4, Central, Yorkshire and Channel 33 Dubai.    Sue also worked as a Professional Studio Session Singer. Together with a business partner they ran a successful Recording Studio.

          Through bad health Sue faced a crossroads in her life, which forced her to leave her beloved Show-Business career for a while. Fortunately she recognized a window of opportunity, a time to pursue her dormant passion of writing and a career in teaching.

          Sue has not left show business altogether.  In fact she continues to write music and is associated with two original bands one of which is called ‘Body’ who have a cult following in their own right and she is at present supporting a young band called ‘Rockabilly Rebels’;  of which her grandson is a member.






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