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Mark Kingswood

  • Thursday 27 February 2020, 8pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £28
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British Crooner and Radio 2 favourite Mark Kingswood has announced his first UK concert dates for 2020.

More than just a talented crooner making his way through the Great American Songbook, Mark’s unique talent lies in forming elegant and classy songs, reminiscent of Sinatra and The Rat Pack, while also injecting a 21st century tone and lyricism.

With a fierce sense of creative independence and a confident approach to his brand of music, Mark Kingswood is redefining what it means to be a modern-day crooner. More than an interpreter of the classics, as a writer and producer he is building upon the magnificent foundation of those who have come before him through his ambitious and wholly original compositions. It’s little wonder Mark has rapidly become a rising star.

The dates will see Mark showcase his inimitable style, bringing to life the radio hits Strong and Dancing On A Monday.

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