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‘CILLA and The Shades of the 60s’ was the smash hit stage show of 2017 when it toured the UK in February and March last year – and it will be coming to Melksham Assembly Hall this month, at the start of a UK tour which ends in June.
Starring the effervescent Victoria Jones as Cilla, the show had capacity audiences dancing in the aisles up and down the country to the greatest hits of the 60s performed by Victoria and vocal trio The Shades.
In 2018 the show will be ready to rock its retro boots again! The perfect musical stage show for families and pop music fans of all ages, ‘Cilla and the Shades of the 60s’ takes the audience on a musical journey, starting with the discovery of the teenage singer, Cilla White (before her name change), at Liverpool’s famous Cavern Club and presents many of the biggest hits by artists who changed the world of popular entertainment in the 1960s including Cilla, Dusty, Lulu, Tina Turner, the Beatles and more.
Taking a trip down memory lane, Cilla and the Shades perform highlights of Cilla’s long and illustrious career: by the time Cilla was 21 she was working with Beatles’ producer George Martin and was at No. 1 in the UK pop charts with ‘You’re My World’ and ‘Anyone Who Had A Heart’. Her success as a pop singer during the 60s and 70s led to her becoming the UK’s most popular TV presenter with her own TV show ‘Cilla’ which ran 1966-1978 and ‘Blind Date’ which ran for a record breaking 18 years.
The Shades are the fabulous trio of West End and musical theatre singers who will perform some of the 60s’ greatest hits individually and together; their costumes and dance routines are second to none – audiences will delight in references to retro Sixties dance moves and fashion…not to mention hairstyles…the cast will be joined on stage every night by four professional dancers ensuring audiences give to their inner Pan’s People and get dancing!
The show in Melksham Assembly Hall will take place on 27th February and tickets cost £20 (£18 concs). Box office: 01225 709 887. For more details visit www.facebook.com/ shadesofthe60s or www. shadesofthe60s.com.