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Find out what happened When Peggy met Ella at Hampton Hill Playhouse
After a run of sell-out West End shows, an internationally accomplished jazz duo will celebrate two musical icons in an evening filled with classic jazz tunes.
Singers Sarah Moule and Shireen Francis bring their upbeat show When Peggy Met Ella to the borough next month.
Their individual singing careers have seen them perform sell-out shows at Ronnie Scott’s Club, the Royal Festival Hall, BBC Radio 2, theatres, jazz clubs and festivals all over the world.
In this show they come together to celebrate two musical icons, Peggy Lee and Ella Fitzgerald, with Ronnie Scott pianist Geoff Castle.
The pair deliver a top notch evening of great music, including all time favourites Summertime and That Old Black Magic, as well as some of their lesser-known gems.
Their mix of close harmonies and stunning solo work will show why they have established themselves as jazz singers of the first order.
The divas will share raw tracks that expose their turbulent personal lives and paths to fame.
When Peggy Met Ella; Hampton Hill Playhouse; July 7; 7.45pm; hamptonhillplayhouse.org.uk; firstname.lastname@example.org or 01932 228368.
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