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By Somerset Guardian  |  Posted: November 08, 2012

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Let's Hang On perform the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons at Frome's Memorial Theatre on Friday, November 16.

In the show the group perform all the hits including Beggin, Oh What A Night, Walk Like A Man, Big Girls Don't Cry, Sherry and more.

Featuring Dino Buttarazzi (guitar), Martin Peat (bass), Scott Walker (drums) and Robin Maughan (vocals), the four-piece recreates the legendary falsetto lead vocal and incredible doo-wop harmonies.

Tickets, costing £16.50, can be booked by calling 01373 462795.

The Compton Irregulars is looking for singers.

This choir comes together each year at Christmas time to practice for and sing at a service of nine lessons and carols.

All are welcome to attend, with the music being distributed at the launch on Friday, November 16, from 7.30pm, at the Ring O' Bells in Compton Martin.

Practices, at St Michael's Church, will be taking place on Thursday, December 6 at 7.30pm, Sunday, December 9 at 5pm, Thursday, December 13 at 7.30pm and Sunday, December 16 at 4pm.

The service will take place on Sunday, December 16 at 6pm.

Frome-based band Haters will be playing The Wunderbar in Midsomer Norton tonight.

The band, featuring Miles Pereira (guitar and vocals), Nick Graves (bass), Adam Woods (guitar), Tom Pepler (drums) play hard and loud, in a strange genre somewhere between Prog and Punk. Think Billy Talent fighting The Hives, with Deftones as the referee.

On Saturday, west country favourites The Boot Hill All Stars bring their cider-fuelled fun to The 'bar.

Admission is free and music starts about 9pm.

Appearing at the Olive Tree's next Roots Sessions on Wednesday will be Stamp, a four-piece acoustic band blending country, pop, blues and Americana into a nice, rootsy eclectic mix.

There will also be a short support slot on the night from Nikki Mascall and Griff Daniels.

Music starts from 8.45pm and admission is free.

Strode Music Society will be performing at Kilmersdon Village Hall on Saturday, November 17.

The concert starts at 7.30pm.

Further information call Martin Horler on 01761 437372.

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