Limbering up for a night of nostalgia

The Harmonettes
The Harmonettes

An evening that will plunge audiences into the post-war, end-of-rationing world of winkle-pickers and bobby-socks, beautiful ballads and rock’n’roll is promised as The Harmonettes Go into Orbit.

The concert in Great Limber Village Hall on Saturday, November 9, stars the fantastic 1950s vocal harmony trio The Harmonettes.

Take three girls … three very different girls.

The Little-Rich-Girl who is going to the bad with her teddy-boy boyfriend (“Don’t tell Daddy!”); the Not-So-Rich-Girl (“I haven’t even got a daddy”) who dreams of science, space and a place at college, but has to graft for her living; and the Newly-Wed-Girl (“Never mind any of that have you seen my new kitchen?”) whose only ambition is to make the perfect trifle.

Presented in conjunction with Lincolnshire Rural Touring, tickets cost £8 and £6 from Limber Stores, Mace Stores (Keelby) or 01469 569702.