Marilyn Monroe – Tales and Tragedy

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Updated:
1st October 2020

The rise and eclipse of a true Hollywood legend. The somewhat sad and lonely life which was hidden behind this mask of beauty.

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About Danielle Barnett

Join Danielle Barnett for a series of passionate and energetic talks that encourage audience participation, and create a fun and lively atmosphere.

Danielle offers a wealth of knowledge from her life in music, having seen the industry from both sides of the stage. She was the lead singer for the world famous number 1 chart act Urban Cookie Collective for 23 years and had a big hit with The Key The Secret in 1993 - and she fronted the act for over 20 years. She still tours alongside a plethora of stars.

Danielle has a background in band management and songwriting, creating and taking to market two top 10 worldwide chart acts.

Her talks include the life stories of a series of legendary stars, and she takes the audience on an exciting journey through the extremes of their rollercoaster lives

She was also one of the earliest participants in Bitcoin and Blockchain technology starting to mine Bitcoin in 2011, and following cryptocurrency technology closely for over 10 years.


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