Spending the evening at The Dunster Club means plenty of fun activities, tons of photo-ops and delicious cocktails, but also decadent entertainment! Well-known Boston actors bring the story of 1940s Cambridge to life by embodying fascinating characters as the world-famous Dan Gabel and The Abletones set the dance floor on fire. The award-winning 13-piece band that “looks and sounds like the 1940s” (Boston Globe) heads to The Dunster Club this August, so get ready to swing dance the night away!
Dan Gabel and The Abletones have been praised for their unique sound. The Boston Globe coins them as “the real deal,” and the Syncopated Times as “the champion of Big Bands” — titles well earned for the international band. They’ve headlined at countless jazz festivals throughout the years, bringing their swing melodies all over the world. Come August, Dan and the band will play Buddy “Cottonmouth” Mather and the Puritones, The Dunster Club’s house band. Their renditions of 1940s tunes like “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” “In the Mood,” “Sing Sing Sing” and other timely tunes will get you up and dancing all evening long.
The lively tunes, interactive acting, and delightful cocktails of The Dunster Club will arrive at 33 Dunster Street in Cambridge on August 11. The club is 500 feet from Harvard Square MBTA Station and discounted parking is available for ticket holders.
Lovers of the 1940s will swoon at The Dunster Club’s exclusive social event…