The Bee Gees Story - Nights on Broadway

The Bee Gees Story – Nights on Broadway
Civic
Saturday 22 April
7.45pm

Nights On Broadway presents a tribute to the Bee Gees through a fantastic performance, featuring the Gibb brothers songs from the 60s to the 90s.

The show is like being at a Bee Gees concert, with a unique blend of classic hits, acoustic medleys and dance floor favourites. This is a totally live concert, with a six piece band that pride themselves on musical authenticity, and in particular the accurate recreation of the vocal talents and harmonies of the

Bee Gees, with costume changes complimenting the show to give a full Bee Gees concert experience.

Tickets: £19.00
Concessions: £17.50
Group Booking: 1 in 10 Free
Leisure Plus Scheme tickets available
Included in the Pick ‘n’ Mix Offer
Full time students (FE/HE) & registered unemployed: £7.00

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