Duo at St Albans Organ Theatre

15:57 03 July 2014

Tony Stace and Andy Nix

Tony Stace and Andy Nix

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Entertaining keyboard players, Tony Stace and Andrew Nix, are teaming up for a performance at the St Albans Organ Theatre this Saturday.

Starting at 7.30pm, the evening will include duets featuring electronic keyboard and the theatre’s own Wurlitzer and Rutt pipe organs.

The duo are renowned for injecting plenty of comedy and humour into their show and with additional seating now available at the theatre in Camp Road, tickets will be available on the door on the night.

Further information is available by calling 03003 656565 or going to the society’s website stalbansorgantheatre.org.uk

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