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Heydour Parish Village Hall, Aisby

Postcode: NG32 3NE

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

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Moscow Drug Club in Concert

Show Details

Presented by Moscow Drug Club

Performance date and time
Sunday, 24th May 2020
7:30 PM

Top class musicianship and brilliant entertainment; this laidback quintet recreate the intoxicating allure of debauched 1930's Berlin cabaret, melding dark and subversive Weimar tunes with Hot Club de France, French Musette, Nuevo Tango and 'gypsy campfire music'. A crowd-pleasing romp through an eclectic and exotic showcase of gorgeously evocative original music and some of the best loved songs of Marlene Dietrich, Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits and Bertolt Brecht, this is an enthralling evening with a wonderful sense of Grand Guignol theatre. 'Katya Gorrie's rich vocal tones, impeccable timing and perfect diction held the audience captivated.' The JazzMann

'Katya Gorrie's rich vocal tones, impeccable timing and perfect diction held the audience captivated.' The JazzMann

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Performer's website
www.moscowdrugclub.com

Running time
90 min + interval

Audience Type
Adults/Older Children

Age Range
8+

Ticket Prices
£12.00 Standard / £11.00 Over 60 / £10.00 Member

Other Ticket Information
Doors & bar open at 7pm.

Main Box Office Telephone Number
07879 447 427

Available From
Call Norman Hatcliff - 07879 447 427 or norman.hatcliff@btinternet.com

Additional Information
Doors & bar open at 7pm. SatNav Postcode is NG32 3NE

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This performance is supported by:



Arts Council, England