The Fizz, Simon and Garfunkel tribute and Tommy Cannon to take to stage at New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
An eclectic line-up at the New Theatre Royal, Lincoln, this week ranges from an Eighties pop act to a comedy legend.
First up is the critically-acclaimed tribute Simon & Garfunkel Through The Years, which is at the venue on Saturday (September 18).
It is a celebration of the music, friendship and incredible careers of those two boys from Queens who went on to worldwide fame.
Featuring the vocals of Dan Haynes and Pete Richards, the concert is an authentic sounding tribute to the music of Simon & Garfunkel, paying tribute to an iconic sound by recreating the perfect harmonies, timing and diction that captured a generation.
Former members of Bucks Fizz — Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan and Jay Aston — are returning to the stage in a show celebrating their hits, telling their story, and looking back on 40 years since their Eurovision debut.
Up Close With The Fizz will be at New Theatre Royal Lincoln on Sunday (September 19).
Up Close with The Fizz will explore the Fizz’s backstory and their career since Eurovision, featuring hits such as Now Those Days are Gone, When We Were Young, and of course, Making Your Mind Up.
Tommy Cannon, one half of the legendary showbiz comedy duo, Cannon and Ball, returns to the New Theatre Royal Lincoln on Tuesday (September 21) with a new show, Laugh Me A Laugh.
Tommy is no stranger to the New Theatre Royal stage after becoming a firm audience favourite while appearing alongside the late Bobby Ball in six Christmas pantomimes.
This time round Tommy will be joined by his pals Johnnie Casson and Stu Francis for an evening of laughter, nostalgia, song, stories and audience questions.
The Laugh Me A Laugh tour begins in Lincoln and when asked about the show, Tommy said: “When I was planning the tour, and the venues I wanted to play, there was only one place that I wanted to begin this new journey, and that was Lincoln.
“Lincoln is a wonderful place. I love Lincoln and it holds very special memories for me as Bobby and I were so lucky to play six panto seasons there during the last decade.
“It is like my second home, and I cannot wait to go back and perform there. It is a beautiful city and the audiences have always been so responsive and warm to us."