Grab your friends and book a table

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Get your friends together and dance the night away at a Blues Brothers tribute night at Winslow Public Hall on Saturday, March 8.

Well-known Winslow singer, window cleaner and retained firefighter Paul French is one half of the tribute act, along with Mike Gethin.

The evening is being organised by the WinslowAnglo-French Twinning Association (WAFTA) to raise money for the next visit by their counterparts from Cours La Ville in 2015.

The two towns take it in turns to host each other, and this year it is Winslow’s turn to go to France.

Seating for the tribute night will be cabaret style, on tables of six to eight people.

There will also be a disco.

The £12 ticket price includes a fish and chip supper freshly cooked on the premises by Little Horwood company Howe and Co.

Top local entertainer Paul French is also the founder member of successful rock ’n’ roll function band Captain Scarlett And The Midnight Express. A regular fixture at the Villiers Hotel Christmas parties, he is well known for his audience interaction, infectious personality and vocal ability.

Tickets from Hermione Longton on 01296 712202 or Paul French on 07752 267935.