Issue 13, October 2018


An Evening with Glenn Miller and Friends

ConChord Big BandThe 17 piece ConChord Big Band orchestra will stunningly recreate the sound of iconic 1940’s Swing orchestras like Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and Jimmy Dorsey at Clair Hall, Haywards Heath on Sunday 14 October at 7.30pm.

Our Chairman, Councillor Bruce Forbes is hosting the event to raise funds for Sullivan’s Heroes, a local charity based in Turners Hill that funds home adaptations for disabled children.

An evening with Glenn Miller and Friends will feature all the popular Big Band tunes that inspired a generation and boosted morale during World War II. Performing as the wartime US Army Air Force Band, ConChord will deliver unforgettable music and songs from the Big Band Era.

Tickets: £15 (£12 Concessions)

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