Acapella group come to Bungay

ACAPELLA group The TestostaTones will be performing their show The TestostaTones: Totally Wireless for two nights this coming week.The group decided to take the show on a mini tour following positive audience feedback and a box office sell-out at The Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft - extra seats were even added to accommodate the turnout.

ACAPELLA group The TestostaTones will be performing their show The TestostaTones: Totally Wireless for two nights this coming week.

The group decided to take the show on a mini tour following positive audience feedback and a box office sell-out at The Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft - extra seats were even added to accommodate the turnout.

The group consisting of Stephen and Paul Amer and their cousins Bim and Richard Ainslie, have been busy working at functions from County Durham to Surrey, London to Norwich and Cambridge to BBC Radio 2 - all since May of this year.

In addition to this the group has recently finished writing and recording a bespoke jingle for the Village SOS competition being run by the government initiative 'Make Your Mark', the BBC and The Big Lottery Fund.


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Their self-contained show, which has proved very popular on the corporate circuit, is based around the group's acapella music, this being mainly 1950's Doo-Wop.

The group also treat their audiences to acapella twists on modern songs and the unique show also features The Outer Limit - a radio play from the long running and popular vintage American sci-fi series Dimension-X.

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Their show will be performed on Sunday at the Fisher Theatre in Bungay and the Puppet Theatre in Norwich on Monday.

Tickets for both venues are �6 in advance or �7 on the night available from their box offices on 01986 897130 or 01603 629921.

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