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SOLD OUT! New York Round Midnight: Swingin' Harlem

Swingin’ Harlem is one of the largest jazz productions in the theatre world at the moment. It’s a tribute to 1930s jazz through a collection of swinging tunes and colourful stories.

The American singer Deborah Carter takes you with her to the rowdy nightclubs of Harlem, New York, where artists like Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong stole the hearts of the public. What was it like to experience these clubs? How were the mafia involved? The eight-person band featuring Dutch jazz legends combined with cabaretier Jeffrey Spalburg and storyteller Koen Schouten will help you experience it all with this whirling, immersive show!

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