Jonny Woo’s 1960s tea party sing-along

Jonny Woo’s 1960s tea party sing-along

Jonny Wooster celebrates the closure of the development of his play Silvertown with this piano sing-a-long and tea dance in The Factory on Factory Road, Silvertown. Jonny invites pianist and singer Rudi Douglas and singers Fi McCluskey and Kevin Farrah Davies to join him in this afternoon celebration of the music of the 1960's, the decade in which his play is set.

Expect songs by The Beatles, The Monkees, The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Diana Ross and The Supremes, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, Janis Joplin and more. Fine voices and stunning harmonies. Sit back and listen or join in, it's up to you. The crew will likely pepper in some hits from 70's, 80's, 90's and the recent charts as well.

Following the singing Jonny and DJ Farrah, will play some dance music from 60's and 70's for you to twist, shake and shimmy to.

It's a fun afternoon of music and dance and a chance to meet and chat with Jonny and other members of the production and share stories from years past and present.

This event is supported by Arts Council England and is part or Royal Docks Original Festival.

Time & date

Saturday 30th October
3:00pm

Location

The Factory Project Factory Road, London, E16 2HB

Tickets

£7
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