Out in all UK and ROI stores 5th October.
‘The Loneliest Boy in the World’ is a modern fairytale – with zombies. A satire and a celebration of family values, of the imagery of horror films, of suburban life, of the American Dream and of the ultimate taboo; death.
Nicola has a small part in this film, she plays ‘Chloe’s Mum’
Out in select theaters and on Digital October 18th 2022.
Yesterday morning, Nicola joined Kimberley at the BBC R2 studios to talk to Zoe Ball about this Sundays Race For Life for Sarah.
The interview was emotional but giving out a strong message on how the race will help many others currently dealing with Cancer.
If you would like to support, sign up here (https://raceforlife.cancerresearchuk.org/race-for-life-for-sarah) before Sunday 24th July. You do not have to do the race on Sunday if you are doing it at home.
I have uploaded the interview on Youtube below:
Images of the girls at the studios are on the gallery click the link below!
Nicola attended the Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World” Press Night last night (28/06) in London. She was joined by her best friend Cheryl.
I have added HQ photos in the gallery for you to view!
> Appearances > 2022 > June 28th – “Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World” Press Night
Nicola Roberts is set to perform as part of Southern Comfort’s Pride celebrations in London.
She will take to the stage in Soho on July 2nd, as the liqueur brand brings a taste of New Orleans to the UK as part of Pride in London.
The pop-up slushie bar is located at 55 Dean Street, London, W1D 6AF, and will take place in time for the Pride Parade between 12pm-7pm.
The sale of each cocktail will be donated to Pride in London’s Unity Fund.
Nicola will be taking over the Southern Comfort Instagram account (https://www.instagram.com/southerncomfortuk/) at 1pm on Saturday before her DJ set starts at 2pm!
Many of you will have been touched by Sarah Harding’s cancer story. Join Girls Aloud’s Cheryl, Nadine and Nicola as they Race for Life for Sarah on Sunday 24 July 2022 at Hyde Park, London.
For those who can’t be in London like Kimberley or who can’t attend the event, you can still take part by doing a Race for Life at Home in memory of Sarah whenever it suits you.
Sign up and your entry fee will cover the cost of putting on your event but every pound you raise will support our life-saving breast cancer research.