Roy Orbison and the Travelling Wilburys Tribute

Saturday 24th February, 2018 @ 7:30pm

Performance: Saturday 24th February, 2018 @ 7:30pm

Ticket prices: £21 concessions £2 off (f)

Description:

This fantastic show celebrates the music of 80’s super group THE TRAVELING WILBURYS who featured five individual icons   Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty & Bob Dylan. who created an album that completely rocked the music industry and sold over five million copies worldwide.

With the WILBURYS never actually going on tour perhaps due to the untimely death in 1988 of ROY ORBISON  played hear by PAUL HOPKINS. Their fans never got to see them all together in a live concert experience, with that in mind PAUL HOPKINS has joined up with four other very talented singers and musicians who together have formed this incredible tribute show

With an easy relaxed style, excellent vocals and musicality these guys will give you an amazing night of entertainment.

 

 

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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