Audience wowed for a night of Fine Women and Song!

Surrey Harmony showed once again why they are one of the UK’s top choruses with a dazzling display of Fine Women and Song at the Harlequin Theatre on Saturday 29th November.

The show started with a musical parade through the lives of women over the last 100 years, from the suffragette movement, to 20’s flappers and finally the modern day, working girl.

The second set saw a revival of pop hits from Abba and Queen as well as a some classic Barbershop numbers. The audience were also treated to performances from Surrey Harmony’s very own Quartets. Hunky Dory got sultry with “Summertime” and proved “It Don’t Mean a Thing if it Aint Got That Swing” while Encore! flashed their “Flirty Eyes”.

Surrey Harmony rounded off the evening with a selection of Carols and Christmas Classics that had the audience feeling toasty and singing along. Santa Claus even managed to take time out of his busy schedule to pop in and hear a plea from Hunky Dory. They’ve been very good girls, Santa Baby…

The vibrant vocals of Surrey Harmony were complimented by performances from pianist, Graham Rix and rhythmic percussion from “World of Rhythm”.

Pringle Bells

Emma, Valerie, Emma and Debbie are taking the internet by storm with their entry “Pringle Bells” in the “Jingles for Pringles” competition. There are weekly competitions to win £2000 and the overall winning jingle will be made into a full advert to be televised on Christmas Day. The competition is really hotting up and Encore! need your votes!

Show your support for Encore!, and help Surrey Harmony on their way to Nashville, by voting here and “Pringle Bells” could be the “Jingle for Pringles” on Christmas Day!


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