Vintage Weekend

Due to the success of 2018 the Vintage Weekend will be returning to South Bay 29th March - 1st April 2019

South Bay Holiday Park 29th March - 1st April 2019

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Friday 29th March 

Andy Eastwood & Band

Andy’s act is an upbeat blend of dazzling instrumental artistry, foot-tapping songs and bright and breezy humour.

Born in Northern England to a musical family, Andy began performing at an early age, studying classical violin and piano. But he also developed a passion for jazz and vintage popular music, and having taught himself ukulele he made history at Oxford University as the only musician ever to give his degree recital on the instrument! He is now considered one of the world’s foremost ukulele players and is proud to have contributed to its continuing popularity.

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The Candy Girls

Let Annie Daisy, Lady Jane and Lizzie Lou serve you up a taste of a bygone era and bring instant ‘40s and ‘50s vintageglamour to your event or party.

The Singing Usherettes will get your evening started in style, weaving through the audience singing in beautiful three-part harmony, distributing sweets (or your own personalised merchandise) as they go, before performing a rip-roaring set full of classic hits and modern songs that have been given a retro makeover.

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Saturday 30th March 

Steve Barclay - Comdey Act  

DANNY LA RUE knew a thing or two about show business, and STEVE BARCLAY spent many years working alongside the legendary star. Steve's personal experiences of teaming up with Danny -and a host of other top-line performers - has seen him hone his craft in comedy, cabaret and variety and as a corporate and cruise-liner entertainer. Steve Barclay worked with the legendary star for many years as Danny’s supporting comedian on his many summer seasons and UK tours working in Danny’s long running show Danny’s Dazzling Music Hall Show, The Good Old Day’s and ‘Four for the road’. Whilst Steve was working with Danny he made his first appearance at the Leeds City Varieties home of the famous ‘Good Old Days’.

Since then of course Steve has been a regular feature at the venue paying tribute to MAX MILLER, GEORGE FORMBY, KEN DODD and TWO TON TESSIE O’SHEA, working with Ted Rodgers, Jimmy Cricket, Ray Allen, and as many a music hall chairman has said ’ a melange of Music Hall and Variety favourites’

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1940's Blitz Big Band

This swinging Big Band specialises in performing feel-good ballroom classics and popular music of the 1940s. Showcasing some of the most accomplished swing jazz musicians in the UK, The 1940s Blitz Big Band offers the perfect accompaniment to wartime-themed vintage events.“Taking you back in time on a whistle-stop tour of the Roaring Forties that will have you up on your feet for hours on end…”Their swinging Big Band shows have earned this versatile ensemble an exceptional reputation, and amongst many other high-profile events and clientèle, The 1940s Blitz Big Band have performed for the Chelsea Flower Show, Savoy Hotel, Granada TV, Tony Blair and Phil Collins! The group’s adaptable, flexible repertoire is filled to overflowing with swinging hits from such period luminaries as Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra and Vera Lynn. Performances will be expertly tailored to suit the exact requirements of your event – simply pick your favourite items from their ever-expanding playlist and watch as this supremely talented Big Band effortlessly transports your guests back in time to the Roaring Forties!

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Sunday 31st March 

The Livertones

The Livertones are an Outstanding Male Vocal Harmony Trio featuring three Amazing Lead Vocals and Stunning Close Harmonies.
Let the boys entertain and enthrall you with their unique take on hits songs. The Livertones will take your guests on a journey through the decades in Harmony. Songs from Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and the Temptations to modern day artists such as Sam Smith, Bruno Mars and Olly Murs with the occasional Liverpool influence of the Beatles.

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