The Harrowby Singers are set to present an award winning musical at Guildhall Arts Centre in Grantham this month - ‘Our House’.
This romantic comedy, set in North London, begins on the night of Joe Casey’s 16th birthday where his life is split into a story of two halves, good versus bad. Will Joe give himself up to the Police and get the girl of his dreams or will he turn to a life of crime?
This award winning musical has all the Madness classics, ‘It Must Be Love’, ‘Baggy Trousers’, ‘My Girl’, ‘Embarrassment’, ‘Driving in My Car’, ‘The Wings of a Dove’, ‘Night Boat to Cairo’ and of course ‘Our House’.
The Madness musical will be performed at the Guildhall from Wednesday, March 9 to Saturday, March 12.
To book tickets, priced from £8.50 to £10 each, please visit the Guildhall website on http://www.guildhallartscentre.com/ or call the box office on 01476 406158.
Also performing at the Guildhall this month will be the incredible Lulu - who still has plenty to shout about on her latest tour.
The Grammy-nominated singer will be performing hits from her 50 year career, such as ‘To Sir With Love’, ‘The Man Who Sold The World’, ‘Relight My Fire’, and of course ‘Shout’.
As well as performing songs from some of her musical heroes, such as soul legends, Ray Charles and Otis Redding, she will also be taking the audience on a musical journey recalling personal anecdotes, song writing experiences, and other entertaining stories.
The Cranwell Military Wives will also be joining Lulu on stage to perform the new single ‘Cry’.
Lulu will perform at the Guildhall on Saturday, March 12 at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £35 each and can be booked in advance online.
Another musical favourite appearing at the Guildhall this month will be The Three Degrees, an American female vocal group, formed in 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The group has remained a trio with two original members since Sheila Ferguson left many moons ago.
The Three Degrees are well known for their soulful voices, beautiful gowns, and fabulous stage shows. They are known all around the world for songs like ‘When will I see you again’, ‘Dirty Ol’ Man’, ‘Take Good Care Of Yourself’. They have been continuously touring for more than 40 years and still touring to this day.
The group will be performing at the Guildhall on Tuesday, March 15 at 7.30pm. To book tickets, which are priced at £25 each - please visit the Guildhall website or call the box office today.