The Dirty Blues Show

29th June


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Get ready for a night of filthy fun, as George Webster on piano and vocalist Suzanne Noble team up to perform once-banned, risqué songs from the 1920s-40s, inside our beautiful auditorium, set to a backdrop of black-and-white classic films projected onto the big screen!

Together, they will regale you with tunes like ‘If I can’t sell it, I’ll keep sitting on it,’ ‘My Big 10″,’ and ‘Sam, the Hot Dog Man.’ These songs were originally sung by celebrated artists such as Bessie Smith and Alberta Hunter, as well as lesser-known names like Lil Johnson and Bo Carter. Back in the day, you would have heard these songs in brothels, speakeasies, and vaudeville theatres. Prepare yourself for laughter, and if you’re musically inclined, join in the sing-along. There’s no doubt that you’ll leave the show with a big smile on your face.

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