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Coming up at Westbury Conservative Club

MORE live entertainment is lined up at Westbury Conservative Club in the coming weeks and months.

On Friday 29th April, pop and rock covers band Forgery will be at the club playing music from the 60s through to the modern day.

Then on Saturday 14th May, Westbury Conservative Club hosts a special 80s-themed evening with  one of the UK’s longest running 80s’ tribute bands, Syntronix, providing the music.

They use some of the best synthesizers available (Kurzweil PC3 & K Series, Roland XV) and programming that’s so good, you’ll struggle to tell the difference between Syntronix and the real thing.

Syntronix have been performing for nearly nine years and in that time they have generated quite a following. It’s time to dig out those double-breasted shirts and pleated trousers and enjoy an evening listening to the songs you went to school with.

Other events lined up for the year include: Saturday 11th June – Tony M; Saturday 18th June – Stoned F; Saturday 16th July – Big Mama & the Misfits; Friday 19th August – Forgery; Saturday 3rd September – Retro Electro; Saturday 15th October – Raindrops; Saturday 29th October – Indecision; Friday 4th November – The Crash Gears.

For more information visit the club on Alfred Street or call 01373 822557.