The concert that never was will come to Skegness’ Embassy Theatre next Saturday.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Paradise takes audiences on a rock and roll ride through the 50s and 60s.
A talented cast bring to life the spirit of the era.
Peter Gill captures the energy of Jerry Lee Lewis with hits such as ‘Great Balls Of Fire’ and ‘Breathless’.
The evening’s compere, the mighty ‘Big Bopper’ entertains with witty banter and stunning versions of ‘Chantilly Lace’ and of course ‘Hello Baby’.
John-Simon Rawlings, meanwhile, brings all his charisma to the role of JP Richardson.
Feel the shiver in your spine as Lars Young soars through Roy Orbison classics and cheer on Gavin Stanley as Eddie Cochran,
Buddy Holly is fondly remembered with Spencer Jordan and the second half opens with a concert within a concert dedicated to Elvis’ later tours, complete with Vegas jump-suits, belts and rings, courtesy of Richard Atkins, all ably supported by the Paradise Band who have worked with many household names throughout their careers.
Book tickets at the Embassy Theatre box office in person during normal opening hours, call 0845674 0505 or visit www.embassytheatre.co.uk
Tickets cost £21.50, £20.50 for seniors and £10 for children.
Doors open 7.30pm.