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The Glenn Miller Story

The Astor Big Band

The 18-piece Astor Big Band and singers present the story of Alton G Miller from the formation of his first band in 1936 through to his tragic death on a flight from Bedford to Paris on 14 Dec 1944.

Using the format of his Chesterfield Broadcasts with the Andrews Sisters – Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue - to bring you a host of Miller hits and a selection of more modern compositions from shows including Les Misérables, West Side Story and Chess as he would have played them.

A concert to appeal to all fans of Big Bands and modern musicals.

POST-SHOW VETERAN MEET & GREET
Tickets £5.

Meet & greet tickets at only £5 when you book your show seats – all money to the Royal British Legion …….

Cliff, served in the Royal tank regiment. Drove a Churchill Tank and served against the Japanese in Burma and Singapore.

George, Royal Navy, served mostly on Mine Sweepers for the North Atlantic convoys going to Russia and was also involved in the D Day Landings.

You can add meet and greet tickets at the checkout when booking or click here  if you have already booked your concert tickets and would like to join us for the meet and greet.

All Astor Big Band profits are donated to the Royal British Legion.