Busy acapella group, The TestostaTones return to Yarmouth
PUBLISHED: 12:23 09 January 2015 | UPDATED: 12:23 09 January 2015
The TestostaTones, the UK’s busiest acapella group will be presenting their own show Totally Wireless at St George’s Theatre, Great Yarmouth on Friday, February 13.
The group are one of the most popular and well-travelled quartets in the country and have sung at over 500 weddings and celebrity and film wrap parties and have performed at such venues as Hampton Court Palace, Alnwick Castle, Savoy Hotel, Royal Festival Hall, Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey filming location), the o2, The Barbican and HMS Belfast among many other venues.
The TestostaTones are a family group made up of brothers Stephen and Paul Amer and their cousins Bim and Richard Ainslie. The St George’s occasion will mark the first time in six years they will be performing a public show in their native East Anglia. They still live in the Waveney area.
The quartet has performed for the Queen at Royal Ascot and were featured live on BBC Radio 2 singing and discussing the genre of Doo-Wop.
The show is commercially supported by Great Yarmouth College and starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £10 or £9 concessions (party rate for 12+ of -£1.50 per ticket). Tickets are booking already but are still available from the theatre on 01493 331484 or online at www.stgeorgestheatre.com
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