A POWERHOUSE of vocal harmonies comes to Clacton as the Opera Boys make their debut in the town.

Made up of leading men from London’s West End and Broadway, the group boasts some of the UK’s finest classical voices trained by London’s Royal Academy of Music.

They have performed more than 1,000 concerts over the last five years, as well as making plenty of brides blush on their big

day after posing among waiting staff before suddenly breaking into song.

Their classical crossover shows offer a stunning blend of music, ranging from opera to pop, and everything in between.

The lads have delighted audiences all over the world with their unique show, combining beautiful, powerful and emotional music with funny, engaging and light-hearted entertainment.

They have performed as backing vocalists to some of the world’s biggest superstars, including Robbie Williams, Tom Jones, Elton John and Russell Watson.

In 2015 one of the boys appeared as part of the Belgian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, performing to a global audience of 200 million and coming a respectable fourth in the competition.

They were also invited to perform at the tenth anniversary of the world’s most famous cruise ship, Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 superliner, and the inaugural voyage of P&O’s largest cruise ship Britannia, which was launched by the Queen.

Having made opera accessible to the masses, they will be disproving the myth that the genre is boring at the West Cliff Theatre on Friday, February 3, at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £20.50 from the box office on 01255 433344.