One of the world’s greatest swing bands will play at Banbury’s Mill Arts Centre on Friday, December 20.
King Pleasure & the Biscuit Boys are more than just one of the world’s greatest swing band – they are an institution!
The group has been on the road for two decades playing every European country as well as the USA and Russia and recording ten CDs.
Dazzling musicianship, riveting stage performances, more than 50 TV appearances – including, somewhat bizarrely, five episodes of Teletubbies – and 75 radio broadcasts have established them as the Kings of Swing.
Paul Jones on BBC Radio 2 called them: “The hardest act to follow since the parting of The Red Sea”, so audiences can expect a real treat.
King Pleasure & the Biscuit Boys will have you swinging and singing when they return to Banbury’s Mill Arts Centre on Friday, December 20 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £14 in advance or £16 on the door. More information can be found at www.kingpleasure.co.uk. Tickets from www.tehmillartscentre.co.uk