A Weymouth-born singer known for his velvety voice is returning to Dorset for a series of swing gigs this summer.
Back by popular demand, Tony Lowe has just co-directed with his wife and appeared in The Pirates of Penzance in Brussels.
Tony looks forward to entertaining the large fanbase he has built up locally over the years, as well as attracting new audience members to the super swing gigs he performs at.
Starting Friday July 15 at 6.30pm in Dorchester Brewery Square, Tony will kick off with the first of 11 performances which will include Weymouth at Greenhill Gardens, Dorchester Borough Gardens, Brewery Square and Sherborne Market.
In mid-August he will reprise his role as a police sergeant and appear in a ‘one night only’ screening of The Pirates of Penzance at the Royal Hall in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, at the Gilbert & Sullivan International Festival in August. 15th; the entire ‘Pirates’ cast of more than 50 actors and crew traveling from the Belgian capital to join Tony for three days of refresher rehearsals and the evening show.
All Tony’s Summer Swing Tour concert dates are listed on his website at www.tonylowe.online
Tony said: “There’s something very special coming back and happening in your home county. Having grown up in Weymouth, it holds a very special place in my heart, and I’m particularly happy to be backing supporters again. local charities including Lions and Weldmar Hospicecare.
“I can’t wait to show the audience a good time and enjoy myself!”