ELO AGAIN – Return To The Blue Tour

Saturday 21st October, 2017 @ 7:30pm

Performance: Saturday 21st October, 2017 @ 7:30pm

Ticket Prices: £23 no concessions

Description:

ELO AGAIN THE ULTIMATE ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA TRIBUTE SHOW

ELO AGAIN really do give you a dramatic taste of what the classic ELO were like in the heyday. The whole experience is a professional re-enactment of an ELO concert with a great sound reproduction light show and visual effects.
All the big hits are performed – LIVIN’ THING, SWEET TALKIN’ WOMAN, 10538 OVERTURE, WILD WEST HERO, THE DIARY OF HORACE WIMP, TELEPHONE LINE, TURN TO STONE plus many, many more.

ELO AGAIN provide the full effect of ELO’s orchestrations, full of depth and tone and they certainly know how to entertain, as the hits just keep on coming. Live cellos and the infamous blue violin make this show the best ELO tribute out there and certainly the most musically authentic. Their version of MR BLUE SKY is full of passion and fervour and will have the whole auditorium jumping to its feet, dancing, clapping and singing well into the night.

A NIGHT OF ELO performed by ELO AGAIN brings back the age of Glam Rock to the 21st century and pays tribute to the beautifully crafted songs of Jeff Lynne. You will revel in ELO’s unique symphonic rock style and hear some of the most unforgettable classic rock and pop songs of our generation.

 

Announcements
  • Following last year’s enormous success and record breaking panto, Peter Pan, Rhyl Pavilion in association with Martin Dodd of UK Productions proudly present another spectacular pantomime jam packed with smash hit songs, stunning sets and costumes and an all- star cast. The cast is headed by Vicky Entwistle, perhaps best known as Coronation Streeet’s Janice Batterby who plays the Bad Fairy Cararabosse. She is joined by Channel 5’s Milkshake presenter, Amy Thompson as Sleeping Beauty, Princess Briar Rose, and Hollyoaks’ Kathy Barnes, Sarah Jane Buckley, as the Good Fairy. The Queen of pantomime dames, Charles Burden, plays Nanny Glucose, and back by popular demand is Wales’ very own Sean Jones as Silly Billy who returns for his 6th consecutive pantomime at the Pavilion. There is a full supporting cast which includes two local talented dance schools, The Gay Harris Dancers and The North Wales School of Dance. Sleeping Beauty runs from Wednesday 13th December to Saturday 6th January, tickets are priced from just £9.50.  


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