Swing Patrol at the Capital Age Festival

In July 2013, Swing Patrol performance troupes the Rhythm Rascals and the Dinahs performed at the Royal Festival Hall as part of the Capital Age Festival alongside the great sounds of the London Gay Big Band who were in fine form. Well done to our team who were spectacular! A full set of photos from the afternoon can be found here.

 

Photo by Sin Bozkurt

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