IT experts swap screens for the stage in show

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BY DAY they can be found protecting businesses from cybercrime.

But by night four members of staff from IT firm Taylor Made Computer Solutions in Fareham turn their attention to entertaining audiences in covers band, Throne Together.

Now Dan Todd, Luke Betteridge, Steve Stokes and Luke Lucas are set to show off their musical talents on their biggest stage to date as they perform at Portsmouth’s New Theatre Royal.

They will make a guest appearance at Wessex Heartbeat’s Dancing with Choirs show, which will see 300 singers and dancers perform West End and chart-topping hits, on Saturday, March 25.

Steve, who plays guitar and sings, said: ‘We’re looking forward to playing our biggest venue. Everyone at Taylor Made has been supportive so we’re working hard on some new songs.’

Throne Together often rehearse at Taylor Made’s Fareham headquarters after hours. For tickets, visit