A summer night meant for dancing

Recycled playing at Under Ground Theatre dance night on Saturday June 4 SUS-160531-160804001
Recycled playing at Under Ground Theatre dance night on Saturday June 4 SUS-160531-160804001

If you like to dance to music from all eras, you won’t want to miss this - The Under Ground Theatre is delighted to announce Recycled will be playing live music tomorrow evening at its Summer Dance Night.

The band are named because, they say, that sums up both themselves and their repertoire.

This will be a night of dancing and singalong at this themed Summer event. There will be a club layout in the auditorium, a dance floor and glitter balls. Tunes played will include old ones, new ones, loved ones and neglected ones and the UGT promises the music is guaranteed to have you dancing the night away.

The repertoire will include golden classics such as Is This The Way To Amarillo, Living Next Door To Alice, Roll over Beethoven, Apache, The Young Ones, Ghost Riders in the Sky and many more 50’s, 60’s and 70’s favourites. Band organiser Bryan Naish is the lead singer of Recycled and plays tea-chest bass. On drums is Bob Edwards, and the line-up is completed by three guitarists: Tony Fry (lead), plus Colin Sargent and Dave Lowen (both rhythm).

The dress code is up to you – dress from any era is perfectly accceptable.

Tickets cost £5 to include a ticket for the raffle draw during the evening.

Tickets are available via the UGT website at www.undergroundtheatre.co.uk, from Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre, on 0845 680 1926, from the Theatre itself when open, from www.onlineticketseller.com or (if still available) on the door.

With regret, the venue has no wheelchair access. A Hearing loop is available.