Tribute act to the Swedish pop masters complete with multiple costume changes, choreographed dance routines and four-part hamronies.
Fri 15 Nov
FULLY SEATED SHOW. ADVANCE TICKETS £20.00 (More on door if any left!)
Kiki Dee holds the distinction of being the first female artist from the UK to be signed by Tamla Motown. Still in her teenage years, her blue-eyed soulful voice had won her a deal with Fontana Records and she has since released over 40 singles and a dozen albums. In 1973 her stunning "Amoureuse" became her first Top 20 singles entry swiftly followed by "I've Got the Music in Me" which charted in the UK & USA and two years later the unforgettable "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" with Elton John which made Number 1 on both sides of the Atlantic. "Star" became another hit and then further chart success with Elton when "True Love" reached No: 2. Also an accomplished actress, she appeared in Blood Brothers in the West End and on Broadway. Her many TV appearances include Morecambe and Wise, The Two Ronnies and Benny Hill amongst numerous others. Never content to rest on her laurels, she joined forces with virtuoso guitarist Carmelo Luggeri, who has worked with such luminaries as Andy Williams, Bill Wyman, Chris Rea, Kenney Jones, Julian Lennon, Paul Rodgers and Ralph McTell, and they have been touring together for over two decades bringing their spellbinding Acoustic live shows to audiences throughout Europe and the UK. Performing in this stripped back fashion allows each of their exceptional talents to shine through and create a wonderful warm sense of intimacy for the audience. Expect all the hits plus unique cover versions of songs by Kate Bush, Janis Ian, Marvin Gaye and Leonard Cohen. TWO HOURS OF KIKI & CARMELO. NO SUPPORT. AN UNMISSABLE SHOW !!
Sat 16 Nov
Thursday 21st November at 1.00pmGolden Oldies CinemaNOW VOYAGER(U)A nervous and frustrated spinster undergoes psychiatric treatment and emerges transformed. Despite her new-found happiness and optimistic outlook on life, she finds that beauty and confidence can bring their own share of heartache. Romantic drama, starring Bette Davis, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Gladys Cooper and Bonita Granville. Tickets �5.00 inc refreshments
Thu 21 Nov
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