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4 nights, 13th – 17th May, 2024 from £299 per person
Marty Wilde‘s career took off after he was ‘discovered’ singing in a Soho club by impressario Larry Parnes. He had great chart sucess with “Endless Sleep“, “Donna“ and “ Teenager in Love“ to name a few. He has continued touring with his band, The Wildcats, and still plays to packed audiences.
Europe’s number 1 tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, The Ragdolls perform hits such as Sherry, Walk like a man, Oh What a Night and many more. With slick choreography and Frankie’s inimitable falsetto, expect an authentic and atmospheric performance.
Steve Ellis first began singing in a band at the age of 15 and the band went on to become one of the most successful British pop acts of the late `60s, under the name “Love Affair”. Supported by Vanity Fare who had chart success of their own with songs like “Early In The Morning” and “Hitchin’ A Ride”.
The band – now known as Union Gap UK – have also perfected their distinctive concert sound, which make them stand out from the crowd. They have put together a repertoire of classic songs from the 60s to 90s, which they perform either in the original form or in their own unique style
Dave Berry, formed his band The Cruisers in 1960 and they enjoyed great chart success, a Top 20 hit in 1963 with their first record, Memphis Tenessee, lead to more hits with their success with the classic hit, The Crying Game coming in 1964.
New Amen Corner have the ability to perfectly recreate the sound and atmosphere of that momentous period 50 years ago when music sent good vibrations across the world. Their Bringing on Back the 60s show is a veritable discography of the era.
Spencer James has been vocalist/lead guitarist with 60s legends The Searchers for 32 years, during which time the workload has been phenomenal, and has included numerous UK and world tours. Spencer now presents ‘The Searchers Experience’ a show which recreates some of the magic from a band which successfully spanned over five decades.
The Dreamers remain one of the best known named bands on the 60s music circuit. Changes to personnel over the past 50 years were inevitable but one member, Alan Mosca, remains in the band today. Alan was alongside Freddie as part of the British Invasion Tour of America.
Multi-talented multi-instrumentalist Glen Leon has played the guitar from the age of nine. For the last 15 Years Glen has performed with The Soul Survivors and the 60s band New Amen Corner. Glen’s solo tribute to Tom Jones really evokes the Welsh legend.
Following his success on ‘Stars in Their Eyes’ Jimmy Jemain is the official UK No.1 Cliff Richard Tribute and Europe’s finest and most professional tribute to Cliff Richard. Boasting an uncanny, even eerie likeness to the Peter Pan of pop, Jemain has got all the moves, mannerisms and certainly the authentic voice to utterly convince as a Richard tribute
Based in the UK, The Beached Boys have performed the music of the Beach Boys to many thousands of people over those years and are still probably the only Beach Boys Tribute to have Been joined on stage by original members of the Beach Boys.
Simon Paul has been in the Music business for as long as he can remember. Simon began a solo career in the mid 90s prior to joining the ‘Union Gap uk’ had the fortune to appear in many well known musicals across the country, including, ‘Les Miserables’ ‘Cats’ ‘Miss Saigon’ & ‘Grease’.
Nancy Ann Lee is best known as “Little Miss Sixties” where she has received rave reviews for being one of the liveliest tributes to the 60s divas including Lulu whose songs make a huge contribution to the show. Remember Shout, Relight My Fire, Teardrops, The Man Who Sold the World, To Sir With Love and more.
Maxine Mazumder was a live grand finalist on ITV’s ‘Stars In Their Eyes’ as Lulu and also appeared on ‘New Faces’ as the lead vocalist in a band known as ‘Strange Rooms’. Taking on the role of Dusty in Bill Kenwright’s West End production ‘The Roy Orbison Story’ Maxine has taken her tribute to one of the greatest ever soul divas all over the world.
Billy Shannon joined Showaddywaddy in December 2021 as guitarist and 2nd lead vocalist to Andy Pelos. His stage name is derived from his two favourite artists Billy Fury & Del Shannon. Favourite music genre 50s & 60s Rock & Roll
Sand Bay Holiday Village was originally opened in 1947, guest rooms are comfortable and offer en suite facilities featuring a bath or shower. There are brand new LCD TVs with a wide choice of ‘Freeview’ channels, you have central heating for the cooler months and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms are ground floor and parking is free.
Whatever the weather has in store during your break, Sand Bay has wide choice of leisure facilities to keep you occupied including a indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, Club bar – Rose Garden Cafe coffee shop, Restaurant with your choice of self-service buffet and the Beach is just a short walk away
Sand Bay is a strip of coast in North Somerset bordered to the south by Worlebury Hill and to the north by Middle Hope and Sand Point. It lies 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare, and across the Bristol Channel from South Wales and adjacent to the village of Kewstoke.
Classic standard Chalets (£299pp sharing a twin or double – £299pp in a single) are all single storey and situated on level terrain, in landscaped grounds just a short stroll from the main facilities and car parks. All chalets have TV, tea⁄coffee making facilities, heating, double glazing, en suite bath⁄shower and toilet. Bed linen, towels and electricity are provided. Check-in is from 4pm.
Upgraded Club Chalets (£329pp sharing a twin or double – £329pp in a single) are all single storey on level terrain in a garden setting, with facilities stated above plus an earlier check-in from 2pm.
Breakfasts and dinners are taken in the buffet-style cafeteria with views over the grounds.