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Royston swing band Opus 17 set for Summer Celebration with Ella Fitzgerald and Dusty Springfield concert

PUBLISHED: 15:45 23 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:45 23 June 2017

Opus 17 are set to swing into Royston tomorrow.

Opus 17 are set to swing into Royston tomorrow.


Get ready for a toe-tapping evening of top music, courtesy of Royston’s very own swing band.

Tomrrow evening Opus 17 Swing Band will be celebrating the music of Ella Fitzgerald and Dusty Springfield at Greneway School.

Resident vocalist, Kimberley Devonshire, will be singing a selection of Ella’s hits in addition to the band playing classics from the 1930s, 40s, 50s and some surprises of famous TV theme tunes along with classics from Dusty’s reign in the 1960s & 70s.

Tickets are £15 each. A buffet meal will be included and there will be a cash bar.

Doors open 6pm with bar from 6.30pm. The Summer Celebration with Ella & Friends concert starts at 7pm.

For details call Graham Smith on 01223 263171.


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