Salisbury born and raised Tenors Duncan Heather ( New Jersey Nights and TweLve Tenors) and Paul (Saul) Blewden (Les Miserables) returned home on Friday to enterain a sell out audience at
South Wilts Cricket Clubs Summer Cabaret. The duo (Heather and Saul) treated a packed house, who after being suitably wined and dined and representing a broad range in both age and taste, comprising in equal measure established fans and first time attendees, to a 90 minute, 2 part, showcase. Their material embraced songs from such favoured musicals as Les Miserables, (including one memorable duet), Miss Saigon, Chess, Barnum and Phantom of the Opera. This was inter- dispersed with lighter material such as Flash Bang Wallop from the musical Half a Sixpence and Lonnie Donegan’s My Old Mans a Dustman. Audience participation was also recognised in the form of Oh what a Beautiful Morning from Oklahoma and represented one of the many highlights of the evening. Each song was greeted with rapturous applause and an encore demanded which came in the form of the Proclaimers classic 500 miles. Thanks go to David Heather, Trevor and Karen Hayward, Sue Burdell and Jayne Wade for assisting Steve Hatcher in the organising of this successful event.