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“The Great American Songbook at Christmas Time!” – Robert Habermann – SAT-17-DEC

Only one week to go before Kettering Arts Centre welcomes  back the one and only Robert Habermann! Have you purchased your tickets?

Saturday 17th Decemberimg_familyfriendly__Small_

Tickets £12 (Concessions £10)

Doors open 7pm – 7:30pm start


robert-habermann-black-and-white-photoAfter his successful George Gershwin show, Robert Habermann returns to Kettering Arts Centre to celebrate everyone’s most popular Christmas songs:  White Christmas – (Bing Crosby) The Christmas Song (Nat King Cole) Frosty The Snowman (The Ronnettes) Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Judy Garland) Santa Claus is Coming To Town (Michael Buble) It’s Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Perry Como) Rudolph The Rednose Reindeer13900055_1187708277959269_6394122432925324907_n1 (Gene Autry), Winter Wonderland (Johnny Mathis) It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of the Year (Andy Williams) Mistletoe and Holly (Frank Sinatra) Jingle Bell Rock (Bobby Helms)  (Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree) (Brenda Lee) Let It Snow (Vaughn Monroe) and many more. Continue reading…

An Exclusive Interview With – Robert Habermann by Pete Austin

Pete Austin has had the pleasure to interview Robert Habermann anticipating our second event in 2016 “I Got Gershwin” who never in the proverbial million years did  believe he would be living the world as penned by a Russian lyricist 1946.

robert Habermann pointing 2011 (2)Growing up in London during the 50’s Irving Berlin’s words ‘There’s No Business like Show Business’ were far removed from his everyday life. For him the business orientated family background offered little encouragement for the young lad who enjoyed singing in the school choir. At the age of nine he remembers having to stand up in front of the headmaster and sing (a situation I also experienced so know how nerve-racking that can be), but at that time thoughts of making a career in show business were nowhere on the agenda. (Actually I was picked out by the headmaster from my school choir as the only boy that looked as though he enjoyed singing. I was consequently given free singing lessons by a Miss Kane, who sang with The Bach Choir and who also worked with the composer John Taverner) Continue reading…

scan0001Tickets for this and other events are available from Waterstones, High Street, Kettering. By post including an SAE to Jaime Ferreira at 4 Litchfield Close, Kettering NN16 9BS (cheques made payable to “PCC of St Andrew’s Kettering”).

You may also buy tickets by emailing office@ketteringartscentre.com or online at We Got Tickets (subject to a booking fee) or call 07759765824 if you prefer to pay by card. All major credit cards accepted (subject to a booking fee).


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