THE magical lost world of between-the-wars Broadway and Hollywood kicks off the second leg of Clacton Arts and Lits' season.

Michael Law’s Piccadilly Dance Orchestra and special guests The Gatsby Girls dancers are set to wow the Princes Theatre audience on Monday night.***JAN16***

The orchestra is world famous for superb entertainment and much sought-after for concert and cabaret shows, which are elegant, musically immaculate and infused with toe-tapping rhythm.

From the1920s Gatsby-era Charleston to the beautiful 1930s classics and swing and jazz hits, Michael Law and his band performs the greatest dance music and the best tunes of the era.

The orchestra's recordings have appeared on the soundtracks of CSI and Gotham, as well as an award-winning documentary about legendary film director Stanley Kubrick, while Happy Feet and Dance Little Lady have been heard by more than two and a half million people on YouTube.

The band has released six CDs and enjoyed residencies at London's Ritz and the Savoy Hotel, where they were the last to perform on the legendary stage.

Their sensational Café de Paris events have also set a new benchmark for recreating 1920s and 30s high-society entertainment.

Michael Law’s Piccadilly Dance Orchestra was also especially chosen for

BBC 4's Len Goodman's Dancing Feet and the Len Goodman's Dance Band Days sequel.

The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are available to non-members on the door from 7.15pm, priced £10.