BBC Radio presenter Clare Teal swings into Kingston for diva night at Rose Theatre (From Surrey Comet)
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BBC Radio presenter Clare Teal swings into Kingston for diva night at Rose Theatre
A BBC Radio Two presenter will be belting out some big band numbers when she appears at the Rose Theatre this weekend.
Clare Teal will be singing alongside the BBC Big Band in a night that commemorates divas of the genre.
Paying homage to the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Judy Garland and Doris Day, Teal will be keeping audiences entertained with outrageous anecdotes of their lives and throwing in some modern day covers.
Clare Teal will perform alongside the BBC Big Band this Sunday
Living by the motto “life's too short to wear uncomfortable shoes” Teal has travelled all over the world performing old school swing and original material to soul loving audiences.
She currently has two weekly Radio 2 programmes and has released two albums with a Christmas record “Jing Jing-a-Ling” waiting in the wings for the festive season to kick off.
The Divas and Me, The BBC Big Band and Clare Teal, The Rose Theatre
Sunday, October 13, 7.30pm, £14-£25,
Call 08444 821 556 or visit the website.
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