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These are some of the venues where we play regularly or have an upcoming concert. For a longer list of some of the more interesting places we have covered in the past go to our venues page.

The Barn Theatre, Oxted, Surrey.

Bradbourne House for the East Malling Research Station Music Club in Kent.

Broadway Theatre, Catford, South London.

Chequer Mead Theatre, East Grinstead

The Dome, Brighton.

Eastbourne Bandstand by the seafront off Grand Parade

Fairfield Halls, Croydon.

Hawth Theatre, Crawley.

Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead.

Players Theatre, Thame

Royal Festival Hall, London.

Under Ground Theatre, Eastbourne.


Links to related music or period sites


Gigs, venues and bands in the UK .

Blackout Volunteers - Tea and Victory!

Memory Lane magazine.

British Dance Band Encyclopedia.

British Vintage Wireless Society.

CC41 stands for Civilian Clothing 1941 - dedicated to all the civilians and home front workers who did not have to go to war - war came to them.

The Cinema Organ Society, with particular interest in cinema or theatre pipe organ.


Learn or just appreciate swing, jive and lindy hopping with this Kent and Sussex oriented troupe.

The English Music Festival - celebrating Britain's rich musical heritage (mainly 'classical', but music has no boundaries) - for people with a passion for British history.

British Radio Studio Orchestras, Bands and Ensembles from the '30s to the '60s broadcasts music from the Golden Era and the theatre organ, in Spain and on the Internet

David Sibbald on Northern Broadcasting - listen to the shows when it suits you via the Internet.

Vintage Music from the 1920s 30s & 40s digitally remastered on CD, from the original 78rpm records. Nostalgia provided by Past Perfect.

Pamela's Jive Gig Guide and Info

Lots of info and great links - Venues, bands, gear. every thing

Plymouth Jive Club - The first and friendliest modern jive clubs in the south west of the UK.

Bands, film and music legends, and vintage-inspired fashions and design.

Saga Radio.

The Springer Sisters

The Springer Sisters duo and band, a versatile, flexible,  fun Barn dance and ceilidh band with caller.

The virtual scrapbook of British Nostalgia.

The Stevenage Ladies Choir sing a varied repertoire including Fields-Colemanís The Rhythm of Life, and Sumner (Stingís) Fields of Gold.

South West Swing - partner dance events, classes and workshops in the south west.

Swing Blitz Louis - professional vintage vocalist specialising in the 1930's & 40's

The Tiger Rag Collective are a group of creative people who have a passion for 1930s style, music and dance.

TOP RATED RADIO FOR COMMERCIAL AND THE BBC - with a spot for us on the Retro Radio Show.

Tradition, the quarterly magazine devoted entirely to custom and tradition.

1950s British Radio Nostalgia .

Listen out for us on Yorkshire Radio.

 Miscellaneous links


The Barnstormers - fundraising and productions at the Barn Theatre.

Combine one of our Oxfordshire concerts with a break in the area in a Cottage in the Country.

Leicestershire Schools Symphony Orchestra (part of David's history).

The Salomon Orchestra - including a different kind of C20th Music.

  The New Foxtrot Serenaders are not responsible for the content on these websites.