The show that is widely regarded as the first ever tribute show when it opened in 1989, selling out venues such as the London Palladium, is visiting Exeter Corn Exchange on Wednesday 2 September. The Carpenters Story brings the show up-to-date with lavish arrangements, stunning vocal harmonies and Claire Furley’s uncanny representation of Karen Carpenter bringing back memories of pop’s most melodic duo. The show will feature all of the songs that made the Carpenters one of the most sought after and talked about acts in the world, such as rainy Days and Mondays, Close to You, We’ve Only Just Begun, Yesterday Once More, Top of the World and Please Mr Postman. Tickets, priced £23 (including a £1 booking fee), are on sale from the venue box office on 01392 665938 or online at exeter.gov.uk/cornexchange
Exeter City - TRAIN WITH THE TEAM DAY - Thursday 30th July** LIMITED SPACES
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Exciting new music summer school for 13-18 year olds.
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