START spreading the news... the golden age of swing comes to Sheffield next month with Simply Big Band at the City Hall on Saturday February 26.
And we're giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets.
From the raging razzmatazz of Harlem's Cotton Club in the 1920s, to the halcyon post-war days of swing and Sinatra's bobby-sox girls and the glamorous glitz of Las Vegas in the swinging 60s, the show features a 26-piece orchestra and a roster of top guest singers showcasing the great American songbook.
Fans of the jive, salsa, lindy hop, tap and foxtrot will be transported back to a magical musical period when immortals such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Ray Charles ruled the boards, and legendary big band leaders like Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington and Quincy Jones were the musical masters of their generation.
VIDEO: Watch rehearsals with choreographer Lizzie Sianni at youtube.com/SimplyBigBand
Guarantee your seats - tickets are 24.50 and 28.50, may be subject to a booking fee.
Buy in person, by phone on 0114 278 9789, or online at sheffieldcityhall.co.uk
We have three pairs of tickets to be won. For a chance to win a pair enter our competition by text or online, by deadline next Friday at 10am.
Text STARED1 and leave a space, followed by your full name, house number and postcode, then send to 64343. Texts cost 1 plus your standard network charge. This will be charged to your mobile phone bill. Get the bill payer's permission. Do not text after deadline as you may still be charged and your entry will not be entered into our draw.
Or enter free online, where you will find full terms and conditions, plus data protection details about how we may use your information for marketing, or how you can opt-out, at www.thestar.co.uk/competitions. Usual SNL terms and conditions apply.
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