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What a Wonderful World it will be at the Theatre Royal as the Bateman Brothers’ Jazz Band revels in jazz classics accompanied by special guests in a celebration of the music of Louis Armstrong, on 14th June.

 

Join the sensational award-winning Bateman Brothers Jazz Band and take a spectacular journey through the wonderful music of the influential king of the trumpet, the “Pops” of jazz, in The Ultimate Louis Armstrong Show. Joining the band will be the singing sensation Maggie Reeday, a featured vocalist on ITV; internationally renowned banjo player Sean Moyes and the incredible trumpeter, Enrico Tomasso, former protégé of the late, great Louis Armstrong. Having started learning the trumpet at only 5, Tomasso met Armstrong at the age of 7, a meeting which led to a friendship lasting the remainder of Armstrong’s life.

 

Not only an entertainer, but a leading personality, the charisma of Armstrong’s colourful character shines out through the collaboration of these incredibly versatile performers who brilliantly recreate the live magic of so many of his greatest pieces. Meanwhile, film fans will delight in the show’s celebration of chart-topping hits such as High Society, Hello Dolly and Cabaret, while others will relish in the raptures of jaunty Jazz numbers such as Stompin’ in the Savoy.

 

With a dash of wit, a bucket full of talent and a thrilling finale that promises to leave audiences begging for more, The Ultimate Louis Armstrong Show contains the ultimate ingredients for an incredible night.

 

For tickets and further details please call the Box Office on 01284 769505 or visit www.theatreroyal.org.

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