Charleston Chasers return to Number 8

By Nigel Slater Thursday 24 January 2013 Updated: 31/01 16:16

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Buy photos » The Charleston Chasers will be making a welcome return to Pershore on Saturday, February 2. (s)

TEN-PIECE band The Charleston Chasers are set to make a popular return to Pershore's Number 8 Community Arts Cente next Saturday (Feb 2).

Following a sell-out performance back in 2011, the band returns to the town for another night of foot-tapping, hot vintage music.

The Chasers have been touring the UK for 25 years and have received great acclaim for their renditions of hit music from the 1920s and 1930s.

Led by singer and percussionist Debbie Arthurs, they will be playing some of the elegant and unforgettable tunes of hit television shows such as Downton Abbey and Boardwalk Empire.

The band's long list of credits includes appearances on the BBC and at major music festivals and theatres all over the UK.

Tickets to see The Charleston Chasers cost £16 and are available by calling the Number 8 Box Office on 01386 555488. For more information visit www.number8.org

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