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Bugle Boys: A Salute to the Andrews Sisters

Bugle Boys: A Salute to the Andrews Sisters
Coming to Birmingham this Winter are The Bugle Boys – a musical romp celebrating the original girl group – The Andrews Sisters. During the 1930s and 1940s the three girls were a global sensation, their records selling in the millions and they are well known to the youtube generation today.
The American super-group performed close harmonies and big band hits that have been influential and remained timeless, think Bette Midler, Christina Aguilera and all group acapella ever.
Performing some of Patty, Maxene and LaVerne’s most beloved songs, Rum And Coca Cola, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and many more. Catch a glimpse of the girls’ life – reimagined – as the musical superstars relax between songs – there simply must have been diva drama behind the scenes non? Touring the world, being a mega super trouper superstar whilst pinning your hair up in Victory Rolls musta lead to the odd drama or two.
 
Bugle Boys is a drag show – not unlike Kinsey Sicks or the Drag Sound Of Music – for all audiences. Not a lip sync in sight, frocking up for the show will be Tom Harlow as Laverne, Martin MacLennan as Patty and Evan James Armstrong as Maxine, with pianist Chris Gorman as himself.
Conceived and written by John Livings (At Last – The Etta James Story, Let’s Get It On – The Life and Music of Marvin Gaye), Bugle Boys has already stormed the Melbourne Comedy Festival and arrives in Birmingham fresh as part of a winter tour, after  making it’s UK debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
 

Bookings

22 Nov 2018, 8:00PM
Full Price: £13
23 Nov 2018, 8:00PM
Full Price: £13
24 Nov 2018, 8:00PM
Full Price: £13