The Queens Hall
44 High Street
Featuring the incredible Janey Bombshell, (arguably one of the finest female singers in the UK) and co-lead vocalist Mark Keen. The groups musicians include guitarist Greg Hart, who has played with bands such as Asia, Mike Oldfield, & Limehouse Lizzy plus Ultravox & Boogie Wonderland bassist Gary Williams, ex Limehouse Lizzy drummer Andy Fox & the wizardry of keyboardist/Vocoder Andy Stewart, who has been musical director on many top theatre productions, and is the grandson of the late great Arthur Askey!
Since 2010 the show has already been a hit at some of the most prestigious of venues, and they have literally whipped up a seventies sea of nostalgia to ecstatic fans wherever they play. The show has been described by many venues as the “finest 70s tribute show in years”, with Janey Bombshell & Mark’s extraordinary vocals in particular being described as “West End quality”.
With a set list boasting an impressive range to suit all ages, with the emphasis on great hit songs from this golden era of music, the SuperSonic 70’s Show show will take you down memory lane with some of the biggest classic hits from the 70s. From the towering majesty of Queen, John Miles, The Carpenters & ELO, the band also perform stunning renditions of chart toppers by 10cc, Wings, Andrew Gold, & Donna Summer’s epic ‘Macarthur Park’. From David Essex, Abba, Sweet, Suzi Quatro, Boney M, The Osmonds, David Cassidy, Elton John, Kiki Dee, T.Rex , & Olivia Newton John, and not forgetting the Bay City Rollers, you cannot help but join in the fun!
PLEASE NOTE: Tiered Seating available - Limited Number of seats - First Come, First Served Basis.
PLEASE NOTE: The Queens Hall now functions with an E-ticketing system with the aim of being more environmentally friendly and convenient. This now means that tickets will be sent to customers via email for you to either print out or to present to door staff on your phone. You will firstly receive a paypal receipt and your tickets will arrive shortly after.
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