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THERE’S an exciting line-up planned for the weeks ahead at Melksham’s Assembly Hall with live music and some ‘forbidden’ acrobatics all lined up to entertain audiences.
On Saturday 15th January, ELO Beatles Beyond present The Lynne & McCartney Story.
Fronted by top Jeff Lynne and Paul McCartney lookalikes/soundalikes, audiences can expect performances of the greatest hits of ELO, Paul McCartney & Wings, The Beatles, and more.
As well as loads of great music, the show tells the story behind some of the greatest hits of all-time, and how the careers of these two songwriting legends have crossed over the years.
Forbidden Nights comes to the Assembly Hall on Friday 21st January.
The Forbidden Nights boys are back for an unforgettable night of song, dance, acrobatics and, y’know, some finely honed physiques.
Like the prosecco, which will inevitably be flowing, these fellas are cool, bubbly, fun and sure to make you giggle.
On Saturday 29th January it’s the turn of Foo Fighters tribute act, Faux Fighters, to take to the stage.
There are a few Foo Fighters tribute acts out there, but only one fronted by Jamie Deighton, whose physical likeness to Dave Grohl means you won’t have to close your eyes to convince yourself you’re watching the real thing.
Bringing to the stage all the energy, musicianship and good vibes of a real Foos gig, these guys always put on one hell of a show.
Working their way through all the Foo Fighters’ biggest hits plus album tracks and fan favourites, Faux Fighters are gonna bring the house down.
On Friday 18th February Julia Martin sings Celine Dion.
The new show from the UK’s no. 1 Celine Dion tribute, celebrating the iconic singer’s record-breaking Vegas residency, Julia does Celine like no one else!
Also coming up in the weeks ahead is ABBA tribute band Waterloo Live, 60s band Herman’s Hermits, The Carpenters Experience, Complete Madness and Purple Zepplin.
For more information and to book tickets, visit the Assembly Hall website: www.melkshamassembly.co.uk