MUSIC fans have a lot to look forward to at Whitby Pavilion over the coming months including a Take That tribute deemed “brilliant” by Gary Barlow and music’s hardest working band, Limehouse Lizzy.
First up are Rule the World on Saturday 21 July, who are the UK’s number one tribute to Take That.
The boys will be performing many of Take That’s and Robbie Williams’ greatest hits including The Flood, Let Me Entertain You, Could it be Magic, Pray, Never Forget, plus many more that will have you up dancing all evening.
The band has even impressed Gary Barlow himself, who branded the band as “brilliant” after seeing them in action.
As part of their European Tour, Limehouse Lizzy will visit the Pavilion on Friday 21 September. Renowned for an action-packed pyrothechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, well and dominating stages worldwide.
The band’s constant touring in 2011 meant they were awarded The UK music’s hardest working band by the performing rights society and not only will be calling in at the Pavilion on this tour but at venues in Ireland, Germany, France, Holland and Belgium too.
The organisers of the Whitby 60s Weekend are also bringing two shows to the venue this summer.
60s Big Night Out on Saturday 28 July is a non-stop 60s music show with 40 hits from the era featuring top UK 60s tribute acts including tributes to Billy Fury, The Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison plus more.
Gimme Abba, one of Europe’s leading tributes to the Swedish superstars, will also bring their feel good sing-a-long show to the Pavilion Theatre on Saturday 4 August.
Tickets for all four shows are now on sale and are available from the Pavilion Box Office by calling (01947) 604855 and via www.whitbypavilion.co.uk
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