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Sons of Pitches bring acappella to Gravesend

PUBLISHED: 11:23 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 11:28 19 June 2017

Sons of Pitches

Sons of Pitches

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The group were the first winners of BBC Two’s The Naked Choir

Award-winning acappella group, Sons of Pitches, are bringing their 31-date tour to Gravesend’s Woodville Theatre on July 13.

They will be celebrating the world of TV and performing favourite theme songs, sketches about panel shows, talent shows, and quiz shows such as X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.

Since their formation in 2010, the group, which is made up of Joe Novelli, Joe Hinds, Jamies Hughes, Josh Mallett and Midé Naike, became the first winners of BBC Two’s The Naked Choir in 2015, and have now raked up more than two million YouTube hits.

They’re best known for performing Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights, and a history of UK and Irish boybands medley.

While on stage the band will sing a range of their own songs, well-known covers, and improved numbers, with help from the audience.

For more information and tickets visit woodville.seatlive.com or thesonsofpitches.co.uk

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