Graffiti Classics set to rock ahead of Festival

submitted pic -  Graffiti Classics who are appearing at the Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe on Tuesday, May 8,
submitted pic - Graffiti Classics who are appearing at the Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe on Tuesday, May 8,
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Organisers of Scorton Bikes and Barrows Festival are to join forces with Lancashire Spot-On Rural Touring for a one-off musical extravaganza next month.

Cabaret and musical comedy act Graffiti Classics will play Scorton Village Hall as a preview event ahead of the popular annual village festival in May.

The 16 string, four piece group are a a traditional string quartet with a twist and promise an entertaining all-singing, all-dancing evening of classical music.

A spokesperson for the event said the cabaret show was ‘wickedly funny and fantastically exhilarating.’

They added: “It’s a classical concert, a gypsy-folk romp, an opera, a stand-up comedy set and a brilliant dance show all rolled into one!

“From Beethoven to Bluegrass, Offenbach to Elvis, Strauss to Saturday Night Fever, there really is something for everyone and Graffiti Classics never fails to get audiences laughing, clapping and singing along. Kids and adults alike love the uplifting and virtuosic variety of musical styles, all tied together with cheeky audience interaction.

“This is the first time Spot-on Rural Touring have come to Scorton so the community hope for a fantastic turnout”.

Graffiti Classics will perform at the Village Hall on Friday March 21 at 7.30pm.

Tickets for the show are on sale from Scorton Spar and Cabus Spar priced at £7 for adults, £4 concessions