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Tenors Un Limited

Tenors Un Limited brief biography. Twitter @tenorsunlimited Number one selling operatic trio Tenors Unlimited, the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’ perform at the Clacton Arts and Literary Society on Monday the 26th of November 2018. Tenors Unlimited, the ‘Rat Pack of Of Opera’ tour extensively throughout the UK and the USA and have performed alongside such notables …

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The Gypsy Carnivals

“The Gypsy Carnivals, the Sound of 1930’s Parisian Glamour, the decadently scented scenes within Ritz Paris, swinging dance hall’s and smokey bohemian cafes.  Frenetic Gypsy Jazz segued with melodious ballads of well known classics this vibrant troupe make certain to get the occasion in full swing. Soaring violin, raunchy guitars atop Parisian swinging beats, no toe …

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PROFESSOR ROBERT WINSTON

 MODIFYING HUMANS: where does genetics stop? History shows that humans are obsessed with their genes. Does the sequencing of the human genome really herald a new opportunity for medicine or is there a darker side that we ignore? IVF treatments now mean we can treat apparently hopeless sterility, help 65 year-olds to conceive, store eggs …

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Julia Bradbury Biography

Credited with revamping Sunday night primetime television and dubbed “Lady of the Lakes” and “The Walking Man’s Crumpet” Julia Bradbury is one of the small screen’s most popular and versatile presenters. Although having presented many genres of programming from celebrity interviews to consumer affairs she is best known for her love of travel and the …

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Jeremy Sassoon Biography

http://www.jeremysassoon.com Manchester based Jazz & Blues singer pianist Jeremy is one of the UK’s most in-demand singer/pianists. Either solo, or accompanied by his band, he captivates audiences with his natural, soulful voice, and a repertoire of his arrangements of jazz, blues, groove and soul classics. Once a hospital psychiatrist, Jeremy then made an interesting career …

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The Glenn Miller Orchestra

Directed by Ray McVay Ray McVay presents the world’s GREATEST Big Band Show, live in concert!  Bringing the 1940’s back to [Town/City]! Alongside the wonderful Glenn Miller Orchestra, the show features the fabulous harmonies of the Moonlight Serenaders, the sublime vocals of the orchestra’s featured vocalists as well the orchestra’s own swinging jazz band, The …

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27 Nov 2017 Noel Noel Cantabile

CANTABILE ARTISTS AGENCY G Y D A R • T Y D U R O A D • G L A N C O N W Y • C O N W Y • L L 2 8 5NW P HON E : 0 1 2 8 6 8 3 1 4 7 1 / …

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Anthony Stuart Lloyd

Members of the Clacton and North East Essex Arts & Literary Society were entertained for the last time this season by Anthony Stuart Lloyd, an astonishingly good Baritone, who introduced himself to the audience as coming from a quaint tiny fishing village called Cardiff!!  Accompanied by pianist, Alexander Abbott, he opened with ‘Man of La …

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Christopher Biggins

Last Monday evening at the Princes Theatre, the members of Clacton Arts & Literary Society enjoyed a fun filled visit from Christopher Biggins.  With hilarious stories from his lifetime in show business, he recounted his appearances in ‘Porridge’ and ‘Master Chef’ to name but two.  We were also reminded of his love of playing Pantomime …

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The Jazz Repertory Company

On Monday evening The Princes Theatre was almost full with members of the Arts and Literary Society enjoying “100 Years of Jazz in 99 minutes”, featuring The Jazz Repertory Company, consisting of six multi instrumentalists, playing over twenty instruments, and performing the most significant music in jazz history. Firstly the pianist opened the evening on …

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