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Music and murder most foul at The Conservative Club

This entry was posted on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 at 10:04 am.

WESTBURY Conservative Club has lots in store over the coming months with free live music and a scandalous murder mystery evening! 

This Friday, 11th May, join Laura Jayne, a young solo singer from Wiltshire, covering a wide range of music from the 60s to the current day.

On Saturday 26th May Stoned-F are invited to take the stage. The band said, “If you’re looking for a blast from the past and a night to remember, Stoned F guarantees to take you on an exceptional journey throughout the musical millennium – lead by Laura’s fierce vocals, Phil’s fiery guitar, grounded by the flagship duo of Louise and Tony’s rhythmic bass and drums – this regional renowned rock n’ pop cover group boasts a wide library of the nation’s favourite tunes handpicked for you and friends to dance ’til daybreak to.”

On Saturday 16th June, Blondie and Ska will be entertaining the masses, the UK’s premier Blondie and Ska duo tribute act playing songs from Blondie, Madness, The Specials, The Jam, Bad Manners, The Beat and more!

Doors open for all live music acts at 9pm and entry is free.

Tickets are now on sale for the club’s 1920s murder mystery evening ‘Bell, Book & Scandal’ on Saturday 28th July.

On the night there will be a three-course dinner with a side of murder, as diners are asked to channel their inner Sherlock Holmes to get to the bottom of the scandalous mystery. Dress code for the evening is 1920s’ fancy dress or black tie. Drinks are available from 6.45pm, with the night’s shocking events kicking off at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £35

There are many more acts booked for 2018. For more information call the Conservative Club on 01373 822557 or visit their website – www.westbury cons.com

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