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Frank and Ella in Tewkesbury

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Described by organisers as a ‘smooth-as-velvet jazz singer’ Jacqui Dankworth will be joined by charismatic crooner Todd Gordon on stage at the Roses Theatre on Friday for an evening of entertaining easy listening and jazz.

Paying homage to musical legends Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald the duo of talented performers will be treating the audience to live classics including ‘Lady Be Good’, ‘Witchcraft’, ‘Chicago’, ‘The Summer Wind’, ‘Every Time We Say Goodbye’, and ‘Mack the Knife’.

Hailed in the national press as acts to listen to time and time again, this February catch the duo live on stage in Tewkesbury – a perfect excuse for a belated Valentine’s night out for the music lover in your life, perhaps?

Event: Frank and Ella
Venue: Roses Theatre
Dates: Friday 15 February 2008
Times: From 7.30pm
Tickets: Cost £14 or £13 for concessions available from Roses Theatre box office on (01684) 295074.

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