A stunning must see show,  features a sensational line-up of musicians, that  deliver a show that exceeds expectation on every level. Taking you on a magical rollercoaster ride to the most exciting musical time in history, with endless hits from the sixties and early seventies when pops greatest decade comes to life!. Brilliant said The Mail on Sunday.  Five Stars  said Len Stewart The Beat,   Best 60s show around, Jon Martin BBC.Somerset.  incredible Show BBC. Tees.

DOZY, BEAKY, MICK and TICH One of the greatest bands of the 60s.  Scored a Number One hit in the UK Singles Chart in 1968 with “The Legend of Xanadu”. The combined sales figures were in excess of one million copies. Their other top 10 UK hits included “Hideaway”, “Hold Tight!”, “Bend It!”, “Save Me!”, “Touch Me”,  “Zabadak!” and “Last Night in Soho”.   “Bend It!” was a big hit in Europe, including a Number One in Germany.  UK and European sales were over one million “Bend It!” was later used in an episode of the American animated sitcom Futurama entitled “The Mutants Are Revolting”. The band were big sellers elsewhere in the world, In New Zealand, the group had three number one hits, and 7 other songs reached the top 10. In Australia, they reached the top 10 with “Hold Tight!”, “Bend It!”, “Zabadak!” and “The Legend of Xanadu”. In Canada, the band scored two top 10 hits with “Zabadak!”, which reached #1, and “The Legend of Xanadu”.

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THE TORNADOS: ‘Worldwide hit ‘Telstar’. The Tornados offer the ultimate ‘rock’n’roll’ experience with a high polished performance and a repertoire to match! Paul McCartney gave the ‘thumbs up’ of approval after having personally jammed with the band himself. The band has a whole host of experience playing with some fantastic and, quite frankly, legendary artists, they will have you dancing, swinging, shaking and shouting all night long.

THE FORTUNES: The Fortunes are one of the UK’s premier harmony groups. A string of hit records including You’ve Got Your Troubles, Here It Comes Again and Freedom Come Freedom Go, have stood the test of time and still top the play-lists on any radio station. Ask any ’60s group who they most admire for their vocal talents and The Fortunes would come out on top. Their last CD sold over 100,000 copies and ‘It’s The Real Thing’ Coca Cola advert is, of course, sung by The Fortunes.

 

At the end of the show the band members will be available for a meet and greet.

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Tickets:   Full £25.50   Child £15.00

Performances

  Sun 11 Aug       7:30pm Book Now