Cobham, October 2011. In anticipation of a sell-out show, Elmbridge Music has just revealed further exciting plans for its ‘Sing It! Swing It!' concert on Saturday 29th October at the New Victoria Theatre.
With a cast of nearly 300 singers and musicians performing in two choirs and two bands there really will be something for everyone and a truly spectacular evening for all.
From pirate radio's ‘Hall of Fame', DJs Paul Burnett and Ed ‘Stewpot' Stewart will be donning their headphones and going ‘live on-air' to recreate those glory days as they introduce the fabulous acts and host the evening's entertainment.
Fans of the swing era have a real treat in store too. All-round entertainer and showman, Bobby Davro, well-respected for his incredible singing talents, will join Elmbridge Big Band for a star turn! Elmbridge Music is thrilled that Bobby is taking part. As well as raising money for Elmbridge Music Grants Scheme, the concert will raise funds for Sam Beare Hospice, a charity which Bobby works very hard to support.
The delightful Elmbridge Young Musicians will spread a little happiness with a collection of popular music from days gone by, while Elmbridge Choir and Elmbridge Ladies choir promise to fill the auditorium with warmth and good cheer with a wide range of songs, from traditional choral pieces to contemporary pop and rock classics from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Audience participation is encouraged!
Please login or register to add comments