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© 2017-20 Allcock & Brown

Those marvellous inventors in music and purveyors of mirth, Allcock and Brown, are a handsome Victorian music hall duo with more than a lace handkerchief up their sleeves.

Comic ditties, monologues and sing-alongs of days past are performed on piano accordion (Mike Ruff) and Anglo concertina (Chris Sadler).

1940's

Not just for Victorian music halls!

 

Allcock & Brown also have a splendid 1940's repertoire and can help you celebrate VE Day or any other 40's themed event.

For a quick blast of a 40's song click here

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Available for public gatherings, private parties,

and everything in between!

"Roll up ladies and gentlemen,
the show is about to begin!"
Professor Christopher Allcock &
Dr Michael Brown at your service!

More aquatically, but no less familiar:

 

Drunken Sailor / Sailors Hornpipe

Hanging Johnny

Beside The Seaside

The Arethusa

Pugwash / Marri-ed To A Merma-id

Spanish Ladies

The Winkle Song

Shenandoah

A few examples from the repertoire:

 

Old Brown Hat

Daisy, Daisy

All I Want Is A Proper Cup Of Coffee

Grandfather’s Clock

Father’s Feet

Pretty Polly Perkins

Don’t Dilly Dally

Two Lovely Black Eyes

Granny's Old Armchair

Lambeth Walk

Hello, Hello, Who’s Your Lady Friend

Maybe It’s Because I’m A Londoner

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