IF you want to find Berkeley Square in Worcester, with or without its famous singing nightingale, then come to a concert at Huntingdon Hall.

Berkeley Square will perform music from the golden age of popular song from the likes of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and Noel Coward.

A spokesman said: "Formed in 2012, the quartet comprises singers Claire Worboys, Vicki Allen, Ben Humphrey and Jonathan Darby, whose individual work ranges from Shakespeare to musical theatre, television to radio drama, concert performance to directing and choreography; often before celebrity audiences and royalty.

"All Worcestershire based, the four boast quite a combined CV. Followers of the Worcester Repertory Company, the Swan Theatre’s resident professional theatre company, will certainly recognise three of the faces as three of the Rep’s core members."

Ben Humphrey, who is an associate director of the Worcester Rep, has become something of a leading man of theatre in Worcester, and will be known to – although perhaps not immediately recognised by – hoards of Swan Theatre pantomime goers as the ever-popular Dame Ginny.

Jonathan Darby, who has just come to the end of a local tour of his highly acclaimed one-man show, Jesus My Boy, will also be a familiar face to many, having appeared in all of the Worcester Rep’s summer outdoor productions in the Commandery Gardens since 2007.

Claire Worboys also stars in another of the Rep’s touring shows, Vesta; a one-woman play about the life and times of Worcester-born Music Hall star Vesta Tilley. The quartet is completed by Vicki Allen, who describes her loves as singing, baking, wine and chocolate, "not always in that order".

The show will take place on Thursday, May 4, from 7.30pm.

Tickets are available from the Box Office on 01905 611427.