Step out of the 21st Century and into a golden age of glamour. Join cult crooners The Foxes for a heady night of sharp suits, champagne flutes, glamour gowns, and casino cool.
Think classic Rat Pack but with a uniquely British twist, and expect plenty of quirks, laughter, dancing and surprises. You may well learn something, too. Foxes offers a truly memorable night out; the sort of show rarely seen anywhere these days. Our flamboyant Foxes roll out a marvellous menu of vintage tunes (and witty ditties) from the greatest writers and performers of the swing era.
With their stomping live band and unique blend of ring-a-ding swing, lush Latin, jumpin’ jive, raunchy rock’n’roll and carefree calypso, you’re in for an unforgettable night of mid-century vintage hip.
Featuring songs from the Rat Pack, Ray Charles, Louis Prima, Nat Cole, Fred Astaire, Peggy Lee, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, and many more. Dress to impress and dance the night away!
“A heart-warming, delightful evening, full of great songs and great banter. Gavin is a smooth, amusing compere in the style of Jools Holland – and his team of singers and musicians are first-class.” – Alexander Gifford, Artistic Director, Gloucester Theatre Company
“Brilliant! Just blew me away!” – Audience, Bath
“A treat from start to finish.” – Matthew Coniam, Bath
“Thank you for creating the nightclub I have been looking for ever since I saw my first 1940s film.” – Nicky Johns, Bath
“I have to say we loved your show! The music created a warm, nostalgic atmosphere truly reminiscent of another age… Great musicians & vocalists, particularly Gavin Lazarus. We came to Bath for a weekend break and greatly enjoyed our Saturday night out at Chapel Arts. – Lynne Curnow, Surrey
“20th Century Foxes is a most enjoyable evening – Gavin’s voice is ideal for the mood of the music and he is well supported by his band. Whatever the venue or occasion you know it will be a great evening.” – Andrew Gordon
“I’ve waited 30 years to see a show like this. ” – anon. audience member
“That was awesome!” – Charlotte Cooke