Billy Ocean and Jimmy Carr lead line-up at Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
British soul icon Billy Ocean returns to Nottingham to perform his greatest hits and songs from his latest studio album, One World.
Billy Ocean is the biggest selling black recording star Britain has ever produced with over 30m records sold.
He is at the Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, on Wednesday (September 22) when he will perform hits such as Caribbean Queen, Suddenly, There’ll Be Sad Songs, and his number one When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going.
Lost In Music, at the venue on Saturday (September 18) goes back to the disco era of the Seventies featuring songs from the greatest acts of the time.
Also at the royal concert hall this week are comedians Paul Smith tomorrow (September 24) and Jimmy Carr on Tuesday (September 21) and National Youth Jazz Orchestra Celebrates Amy Winehouse a week today (September 30).