Friday 20th March 7.30pm
THROUGH THE DECADES
Prepare to be wowed by three Original bands as they take you on a journey ‘through the Decades’. Beginning with the Swinging 60s, then see them seamlessly moving up to the,
Motown 70s and Iconic 80s, with stunning back projection taking you through the years. We guarantee to get you boogying the night away, a show not to be missed.
Following in the footsteps of the original band who sang hit songs such as House Of The Rising Sun, Boom Boomand We Gotta Get Out Of This Place; from 2007
onwards Martin Bland and Steve Hutchinson have continued to perform the hit songs of ‘The Animals’ throughout the world under the name of Animals lll.
Their third generation of the band provides the same grit and authenticity of the original Animals band, and they have also kept the musical heritage rooted
in the original Animals hometown of Newcastle. In 2015 George Fearon, the original guitarist from the original Hilton Valentine’s Animals, The Animals,
and Animals ll also joined the line-up of the Animals lll band 20 years after leaving The Animals in 1995. The hits include House Of The Rising Sun,
Gotta Get Out Of This Place, Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood and more.
An Evening with original Rubettes John Richardson and Mick Clarke as they play the hit’s and tell like it was, Accompanied by Steve Innes Etherington.
Hear the songs, the stories and the memories as recalled by the guys who were actually there. On their first solo tour since the 70’s two of the original Rubettes line up, John Richardson and Mick Clarke re-live some of the events leading up to and during the Rubettes success years when their classic worldwide number one hit ‘Sugar Baby Love’ shot them
to stardom paving the way for a further 15 international hit’s which assured their place in Rock n’ Roll history as Icons of the Glam Rock era.
The Zoots will keep you Hungry Like The Wolf, as they take you through the 80s with their, party anthems, classic pop and power ballads that were Top Of The Pops,
from the acts that mattered – Wham, The Jam, Queen, Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Madness and many, many more.
With over 1000 live shows under their vintage belts, The Zoots have kept crowds on their feet at iconic venues around the world at including Old Trafford,
The Alhambra Theatre, Hammersmith Palais, The Palladium and even the Teatro dell’Opera!
Mike Reid from Radio 1 called The Zoots “Jaw droopingly good!” and Timmy Mallet called them “Utterly brilliant!’
It’s more than a performance – it’s totally Zootastic!
Tickets £27.00 (Including booking fee)