A spellbinding extravaganza will be heading to Warrington’s Parr Hall next year to take audiences on a captivating journey in celebration of a true music legend.
Absolute Bowie is proud to present 50 Years of Bowie, a brand new stage show that takes a look at the iconic singer’s ever-changing persona.
Since the early 1970s, David Bowie’s ever-evolving image has captured the attention of fans across the world, and now for the first time ever Absolute Bowie will take audiences on a trip down memory lane to celebrate the singer’s best-loved personas in all their glory.
The new dates follow a sold-out U.K. tour earlier this year and have been announced to coincide with the release of her new single Down by the Water.
Amy, who is currently in the midst of festival season playing to huge crowds across Europe, said: “It has been such a crazy year. The music industry has changed so drastically that I didn’t quite know what to expect, but I have to say I’m blown away by the strength of the live music scene. I feel like this year has been my busiest year ever for live shows; I have been all over the place playing so many amazing places in front of so many wonderful fans. Something that has struck me this year is the really positive feedback I’ve received from the stripped down part of the shows.
Iconic 80s band Johnny Hates Jazz will be visiting Parr Hall in December as part of a new tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of hit album Turn Back the Clock.
The duo will be performing their acclaimed debut album in its entirety to celebrate 30 years since its release on a full U.K. tour this December, with a visit to Warrington on 5th December.
In 1987, as the era of electronic pop and New Romanticism was reaching its culmination, Anglo-American group Johnny Hates Jazz, featuring Clark Datchler and Mike Nocito, were catapulted to success with the release of their single Shattered Dreams.
Irish superstar singer and songwriter Imelda May has announced four additional U.K. tour dates, including a night at Warrington’s Parr Hall, Tickets go on sale this Friday 7th July at 10am. The November dates include a headline show at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall, where Imelda supported The Who in April in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Following the early success of the new tour, the spectacular You Win Again – Celebrating the Music of the Bee Gees is returning to Parr Hall on Sunday 8th April 2018.
Fans of the ultimate disco trio will be delighted by the announcement which comes hot on the heels of Barry Gibb’s eagerly-awaited performance at Glastonbury this weekend. The new show embarked on its first ever nationwide tour earlier this year, including a stop in Warrington, after a successful West End debut at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Adam Ant in concert at Warrington’s Parr Hall. Photograph by Ian D. Hall.
Originally published by L.S. Media. August 26th 2011.
L.S. Media Rating *****
There’s nothing more gratifying than seeing a man personify the word cool. Steve McQueen had it, James Dean knew he radiated it, Johnny Depp oozes it and the man behind the persona of Adam Ant, Stuart Goddard, has it, lives it and breathes it. As Adam Ant stood listening to the crowd singing the words to his huge hit, Stand and Deliver, back to him at the Warrington Parr Hall, it was as if he had never been away. The king of pop punk was back in splendour.
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