Quartet’s festive frenzy

Bowjangles, during one of their non Christmas performances. Picture:  Mike Massaro.
Bowjangles, during one of their non Christmas performances. Picture: Mike Massaro.

Multi-talented string quartet Bowjangles come to Skegness this week, bringing their mix of music, song, dance and comedy ... with a festive twist.

Based in London, Bowjangles have travelled the world with their unique brand of performance, being invited to entertain the masses from Brisbane to Barbados, Norway to the Outer Hebrides.

They perform mainly in halls, theatres, and at arts festivals, however have also been known to perform on boats and in barns, hospitals, castles, nightclubs, schools, the middle of roads, and a forest at the dead of night.

A spokesman for the show said: “Bowjangles use every style and genre of music you can imagine in energetic and hilarious stage shows which takes string quartet performance to a whole new dimension, and brings old style Music Hall Vaudeville into the 21st century.”

Following the success of their previous shows in Lincolnshire, Bowjangles return with a festive frenzy of Christmas music, song, and dance presented in their own inimitable way.

Expect comedy, huge amounts of energy, and surprises galore with this brand new Christmas show for 2015, suitable for the whole family.

They play the Bowjangles Christmas Special at Skegness Grammar School on Sunday at 7.30pm.

Contact the box office on 01754 765645/764724 or 
grapay@aol.com