Anne Nolan

Stronger Together
  • Stronger Together


  • "It's okay to be scared, to feel lonely... we'll get through it, because we have to.''

    For more than 40 years Linda and Anne have performed side by side on stage as members of iconic Irish girl group The Nolans. But in 2020 the sisters sat next to each other for a very different experience. Soon after returning home from filming their hit TV series The Nolans Go Cruising, with their sisters Coleen and Maureen, Linda and Anne received devastating cancer diagnoses within days of each other and soon began gruelling rounds of chemotherapy together. It was a stark reminder of how cruel life can be, and, of course, of their beloved sister Bernie, who also faced and lost the same battle.

    Stronger Together is Linda and Anne's story. A reflection on their close-knit relationship, in the limelight and behind the scenes, and of how family helped them hold it all together when things got tough. Deeply personal, incredibly moving and told with trademark humour, it's a story they hope will help you too.

Anne Nolan was born in Dublin in 1950, the eldest of eight children. The family moved from Dublin to Blackpool the early 1960s shortly after which they started to tour as The Singing Nolans. Later The Nolan Sisters went on to achieve massive chart success with hits like 'I'm In The Mood For Dancing' which became a hit all over the world. Anne does a lot of work for the Alzheimer's Society after her mum passed away with the illness. In 2009 she relased her autobiography Anne's Song and in 2011 she released her debut solo album Just One Voice.

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