The biggest and best Rock ‘n’ Roll Music tribute show in Britain is coming to the Royal Hippodrome on Saturday, June 29, when visitors are invited to take their drape jackets and skirts out of the back of the wardrobe for an evening of unashamed 1950s nostalgia.
The music of legends like Bill Haley, Eddie Cochran and Chuck Berry will be celebrated along with tributes to Connie Francis and Brenda Lee in the fast-moving revue ‘C’mon Everybody’ that runs for more than two hours 20 minutes, complete with lightning costume changes and non-stop music.
The show, which has been running for many years, is masterminded by ace guitarist and music industry veteran Chris ‘Fender’ Black who has spent years perfecting the show.
The show starts at 7.45pm and tickets are £17.50 or £15 for concessions and available from Eastbourne Theatres usual outlets and the box office on 01323 412000.
For more information on the Royal Hippodrome Theatre visit www.royalhippodrome.com