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The Pariot Girls return to Leeds Castle Classical Concert next summer for Battle of Britain celebration

PUBLISHED: 13:27 09 December 2016 | UPDATED: 13:27 09 December 2016

The Patriot Girls on stage in 2013

The Patriot Girls on stage in 2013

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The West-End leading ladies performed previously at Leeds Castle in 2013

The Patriot Girls will return to the Leeds Castle Classical Concert on July 8 2017 as part of a Battle of Britain themed musical celebration.

They plan to perform old favourites like White Cliffs of Dover, Long way to Tipperary, Pack up your troubles, and We’ll meet again.

The West-End leading ladies Joanne Pullen, Jo Gibb and Marissa Dunlop Bidwell, who last performed at the open-air concert at Leeds Castle in 2013, are one of the most versatile singing acts in the business and regularly perform all over the world.

Due to their backgrounds in opera, musical theatre and the pop/session world, they sing a multitude of vocal styles, which is ideal for this outdoor musical celebration.

John Rigby, artistic director said: “Next year’s concert will not only feature many popular classics such as the rousing Land of Hope and Glory,which audiences have come to associate with the event, but next year we’re adding some Battle of Britain themes which will compliment what I’m sure will be another breathtaking flying display.”

The audience will once again be a sea of Union Jacks, candelabras and smiles as they sing along and dance along to the superb onstage performances culminating in a spectacular firework finale, lighting up the beautiful Leeds Castle.

Beat the price increase tickets available until December 31 - picnic style £35, and seated £46.

Please visit leedscastleconcert.co.uk to book tickets and for more information.


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