Find your way back to the swing era with Andy Abraham and his 13 piece band.
The History of the Big Bands is a perfect tribute to jazz music’s legendary band leaders including Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Duke Ellington.
Experience a rhythmic journey filled with swinging tempos, toe tapping melodies and finger snapping standards.
Let yourself be transported back to a time when every dance hall and ballroom was filled with the sounds of trumpets, saxophones, trombones and drums.
Andy Abraham is a platinum selling recording artist who has performed to millions across the world.
He has released four studio albums and performed to sell out audiences at the Royal Albert Hall and other famous venues.
Andy shot to fame when he finished as a runner-up on the world popular TV show, X-Factor, in 2005.
His soulful voice and down to earth personality saw him wow his mentor Sharon Osbourne, the judges and the public week after week as he took classic songs such as Unforgettable, The Greatest Love of All and Me and Mrs Jones and made them his own in soaring, searing, soulful renditions.
The History of the Big Bands promises to be an outstanding evening of high energy, virtuoso musicianship and timeless songs.
With smooth saxophone, rooting-tooting trumpets, the rhythmic rustle of percussion, and Andy Abraham’s sensational voice, this hit show puts swing in the hearts of all who see it.
The History of the Big Bands takes to the stage on Friday, November 2 at 7.45pm.
For tickets that cost £23 contact the box office on 01438 363200.
Alternatively you can visit the website at www.gordon-craig.co.uk and book online.