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Successful night at sell-out concert

posted Jul 21, 2016, 11:42 AM by Hh Admin
An open evening of entertainment attracted an appreciative audience of around 100 members and guests at the recently refurbished St Roberts Club in Harrogate.

Entertainment was provided by Harrogate Harmony Barbershop Chorus whose members sang a selection of well-known and popular songs from those Beatles favourites, ‘Something’ and ‘When I’m Sixty Four’ to that Fats Waller classic, ‘Ain’t Misbehavin.’

Ian Mc Neill also enthralled the audience with his amusing monologue which he called the official history of The Battle of Hastings!

The Harrogate Harmony Misspent Ukes then took centre stage, inviting the audience to sing along to classic rock and roll numbers, ‘Singing the Blues’ and ‘Travellin’ Light’ plus that George Formby classic, ‘Leaning on a Lamp Post.’

Harold Blackburn, Chairman of Harrogate Harmony said. “The facilities at St Roberts Club are first class, the club was packed with a really supportive audience and we all thoroughly enjoyed a great evening of entertainment and refreshments.”

A couple of short video clips from the evening are available on our Facebook page. New members are always welcome.
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