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Spitfire Sisters return to Tetbury for Christmas special

Where: Tetbury Goods Shed

When: Sunday, December 15, 7.30pm

The Spitfire Sisters return to Tetbury Goods Shed on Sunday (December 15) for a Christmas special.

Christmas is The Spitfire Sisters' favourite time of year. They will be performing festive songs both old and new, with their unmistakable vintage styling and extra mirth for good measure.

Bells will be jingled and merriment will be made as they sing a song collection to warm you better than a glass of mulled wine. The Sisters will entertain you with their Christmas favourites, including their original festive song Feels Like Christmas Eve, as well as numbers from their brand new album Who Buys CDs Any More?.

The Spitfire Sisters are very much looking forward to spreading a little Christmas spirit at The Shed.

The Spitfire Sisters have performed on board the Orient Express and regularly sing on the Belmond British Pullman. They have also written a song to perform for an afternoon tea hosted by Mary Berry.

They draw inspiration from the style of the 1940s but their repertoire is wide and varied with a selection of old, new and original songs.

They will be performing with their talented pianist and co-writer Steve Christie.

Advance early bird tickets are just £14. On the door on the night, tickets will cost £16.

Tickets can be booked via the Goods Shed website.

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