A NIGHT of glamour is heading for a hotel in St Mawes, direct from the Savoy in London.

For one night only Alex Mendham and his orchestra invite guests to step into the musical world of the 1920s and 1930s and witness an immersive 1920s Charleston spectacular.

Set in the intimate surrounds of Hotel Tresanton's Chapel, Alex and the virtuouso orchestra will serenade the audience with the hot jazz and witty tunes of the art deco era, featuring the songs Puttin' On The Ritz, Happy Feet and many other show-stopping favourites.

Alex Mendham and his orchestra are widely celebrated for their spectacular shows, combining jazz and swing music of the 1920s and 1930s with the modern energy and passion of their youthful years. They are said to epitomise Hollywood’s golden era.

When it comes to evoking the sound, charm and white-tie elegance of vintage Hollywood or the intoxicating speakeasy vibes of the Roaring Twenties, the orchestra claims to be without parallel: from their original instruments and pomade that slicks down their hair to their sharp tuxedos and original instruments, no detail is overlooked.

Formed under the leadership and direction of musician and singer Alex Mendham, this hand-picked show orchestra presents a unique combination of dance band music and film scores from Hollywood musicals.

Highly in demand, the orchestra has performed at iconic venues throughout the UK and toured internationally from the mountain resorts of Switzerland to palaces in Russia, wowing audiences with its displays of showmanship and grand scale visuals.

The orchestra has also appeared across BBC radio and television, including Downton Abbey and Mr Selfridge, with presenter Jonathan Ross saying: “Alex and the Orchestra are incredible, there’s nothing quite like them."

The show is on Saturday, October 12.

For tickets, see crbo.co.uk, phone 01726 879500 or buy at Tourist Information Centres in St Mawes, Truro, St Austell, Bodmin, Liskeard, Penzance and St Ives.