Get set to welcome the ‘Brothers in Arms,’ as the sounds of one of Britain’s biggest ever rock bands come to Skegness next month.
Dire Straits tribute act Money for Nothing will be performing at the Skegness Embassy Theatre on May 1, treating audiences to a catalogue of hits.
The band have performed all over the world and studied Dire Straits in great depth in order to be as close as possible to the real thing.
Fronting the band is talented guitarist and ‘Mark Knopfler sound-alike’ Aled Williams, with a line-up of top-class and experienced musicians.
Featuring all the hits from their first ever single Sultans of Swing through to Brothers in Arms, Walk of Life, Money For Nothing’ and their last single released in 1992 The Bug, the show promises to leave people ‘absolutely mesmerised’.
The Money for Nothing stage show has been performed all over Britain and the world - from music festivals to theatres, nightclubs and other venues.
In 2010 the band headlined the main night at Europe’s biggest tribute festival.
The band has also had the pleasure of performing as the show opener for the legendary Roy Wood of Wizzard as part of his theatre tour.
Tickets for the show at the Embassy Theatre on May 1 cost £19 for adults and £10 for children and can be purchased from the box office: 0845 674 0505 or via www. embassytheatre.co.uk. The show starts at 7.30pm.