New 1920s/30s band The Red Fez Orchestra debuts in Bournemouth on14 Feb 2013
A new 10-piece 1920s/30s band The Red Fez Orchestra brings together some of the south’s finest musicians to debut at Arts Bournemouth Pop-Up Cinema ‘The Artist’ event on 14th February at 7pm at The Pier Theatre, Bournemouth.
Featuring some of the south’s finest musicians in 20s and 30s music, including: The Regular Joes, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, The Pasadena Roof Orchestra, Palm Court Theatre Orchestra, and Piccadilly Dance Orchestra, playing music from some of the great composers of the 1920s and 1930s, such as Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael, Jerome Kern, with well known songs including The Charlston, Anything Goes, Putting on the Ritz, The Continental, Pennies from Heaven and Mean to Me.
Kerry Curtis of Arts Bournemouth says, “It’s awesome that these amazing musicians want to be part of our next pop-up event. It’s fabulous to be a spark to ignite new art and music in the town.
“The Red Fez Orchestra will be something special!”
The 14th February event is created around the multi-award winning film The Artist (2011). A screening will take place in the retro auditorium, which is complete with a bar at the back, followed by a live performance by The Red Fez Orchestra. The audience is invited to play an immersive part of the event by dressing in 1920s and 1930s style.
Arts Bournemouth Pop-Up Cinema brings back a sense of community and shared-experience to cinema-going.
Find out more about the event and book tickets here.