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Harrowby Singers to hold concert at Grantham’s Guildhall to show they’re still fab at 40




Harrowby Singers will celebrate their 40th anniversary by staging Fabulous at 40 at the Guildhall.
Harrowby Singers will celebrate their 40th anniversary by staging Fabulous at 40 at the Guildhall.

Harrowby Singers are celebrating their 40th anniversary in true dramatic style, presenting their next concert ‘Fabulous at 40’.

The singers want as many people as possible to join in the celebrations and promise the audience it will be in for a ‘Wicked’ evening of scintillating show tunes, in celebration of 40 fabulous years of the group.

Harrowby Singers Rehearsal. Keith Harris, Laura Bawling, Steve Sale. 1033D EMN-140318-095937001
Harrowby Singers Rehearsal. Keith Harris, Laura Bawling, Steve Sale. 1033D EMN-140318-095937001

The show will feature both old favourites and a taste of the new, from ‘Oliver’ to ‘Oklahoma’, ‘Dracula’ to ‘Wicked’ and there will also be a sneak preview of their next musical show scheduled for March 2016: ‘Our House’.

The show’s director is Debbie Baker who is assisted by Yvonne Hamlyn, The musical director is Paul Emmett.

Harrowby Singers have enjoyed plenty of success over the years. Recent productions have included Annie Get Your Gun, Dracula and The Wizard of Oz. Their first production in 1975 was Oliver.

Fabulous at 40 will be staged from October 15 to 17 at the Guildhall Arts Centre. Contact the Guildhall box office on 01476 406158 or book online now at www.guildhallartscentre.com



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