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3 days, 9th – 11th June, 2023 from £229 per person
The Ragdolls are Europe’s number 1 tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Their celebration of Frankie and the boys will take you on a musical journey through the sounds of one of the most successful bands of all time. Classic songs such as Sherry, Walk like a man, Oh What a Night and many more truly recreate the iconic sound of the Four Seasons.With slick choreography and the Frankie’s recognisable falsetto, The Ragdolls really set the scene for a great night of music.
The Revolvers are four Young guys who got together in 2006 with a burning passion for the greatest musical decade of all time – the 1960s. Having played over 1500 concerts, worldwide The Revolvers continue to wow audiences with not only their incredible musical talents but also with their unmatched authenticity. From their meticulously sourced costumes to the vintage musical instruments they use, their set truly evokes the 60s era. Suited and booted, The Revolvers are an energetic tribute to the lost decade of the 60s, covering songs from artists such as Small Faces,The Kinks, The Beatles, The Who, Spencer Davis Group, The Rolling Stones and many 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. Recreating the performances of Dusty Springfield with precision and performs each of Dusty’s hits with power and emotion. Maxine has travelled worldwide performing on Ocean Village, Azura and Ventura cruise ships and for Corporate Events and Holiday Centres everywhere. The look and mannerisms are eerily accurate and Maxine delivers power and emotion to every classic hit including: ‘I Only Want To Be With You’, ‘You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me’ and many others.
Union Gap featuring Gary Puckett gained worldwide recognition when their first combined release Young Girl hit No.1 in the UK and No.2 in the USA in 1968. After several more hits, in 1971 the band parted company with Gary Puckett. In 1974 Young Girl was re-released in the UK and the new Union Gap was put together to promote the record which was yet again a smash hit. Eventually the band went their separate ways until in 1996 they relaunched the New Union Gap with Tom Harding on bass guitar and lead vocals. They were an instant success on the 60s circuit playing all the major festivals, theatres and holiday centres throughout the UK. The boys have worked extensively to 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 – many of which appear on their albums This Time Around, Classics and By Request. The band – now known as Union Gap UK – have also perfected their distinctive concert sound, which make them stand out from the crowd.
New Amen Corner have emerged in the last couple of years as arguably the hottest band on the 60s circuit with an unrivalled ability to perfectly recreate the sound and atmosphere of that momentous period 50 years ago when music sent good vibrations across the world. The original Amen Corner was a big influence on the 60s pop scene, creating their own unique brand of music, a mixture of mod, psychedelic power pop, heavy horns, swirling Hammond organ and distinctive voice of Andy Fairweather-Low. Their power house live show made them one of the most exciting bands around. With million seller hits like Gin House, Bend Me Shape Me, If Paradise was half as Nice, High in the Sky, & Hello Suzie they became a household name in the late 60s. The New Amen Corner has a musical pedigree second to none with band members who have played with the likes of Screaming Lord Sutch, The Symbols, Jeff Beck, Alexsis Korner, Roy Wood, Robert Plant, Alvin Stardust, Ruby Turner, Mike Oldfield and Jaki Graham to name but a few. Their Bringing on Back the 60s show is a veritable discography of the era.
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.
The Delta Marriott Warwick Hotel is the perfect choice for leisure travellers. The hotel is central to Warwick, and perfect for Stratford and Birmingham. It has 180 bedrooms all with free WiFi, 50inch televisions and mineral water. The hotel has a bar, a large gym and over 300 car parking spaces
All rooms have en-suite with bath shower combination, hairdryer, safe, desk, Iron and ironing board, TV, telephone and complimentary wifi. Check-in is from 4pm.
Breakfasts are a choice of Full English and continental and dinners are cabaret dining with 3 courses and a choice of starter, main and desert followed by tea and coffee. are taken in the hotel.