From the Charleston of the 1920s through the beautiful classic songs of the 1930s to swing and jazz mayhem, Michael Law’s Piccadilly Dance Orchestra and the four Gatsby Girls present a night of razzle dazzle. The evening features some of the greatest music of the golden jazz age, including such timeless classics as It Don’t Mean a Thing, The Very Thought of You and Yes, Sir, That’s My Baby.
Celebrating its 30th year, this leading jazz orchestra presents its Anniversary Gala Gatsby Concert, transporting the audience back to a world of sophistication, glitz and glamour, delighting the senses with flapper fun and frolics.
‘A wonderfully entertaining evening ... there wasn’t anything that was less than exceptional.’ BBC 4
Michael Law conductor, piano, vocals
Piccadilly Dance Orchestra with Louise Cookman vocals
and The Gatsby Girls
Corn Exchange Newbury
7.30pm (ends approx 9.35pm)
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Supported by Friends of Newbury Spring Festival