Eastbourne’s own dance troupe, The Pretty Little Horsebreakers is set to join former Faces star Ronnie Lane’s band Slim Chance on stage at the Hailsham Pavilion tomorrow (SaturdAY, 7.30pm).
Way back in 1969, Ronnie Lane gathered a few of his mates around him - Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart - and The Faces were born, one of the greatest rock & roll bands of all time.
But by 1973 he became disillusioned with the whole thing and turned his back on the jet-set glamour in order to take his music back to the people.
While the Faces cruised from hotels to concert halls in limousines, Ronnie with his new band Slim Chance snailed around Britain in a raggle-taggle convoy of caravans, with a big top circus tent, jugglers and a troupe of Can-Can dancers!
‘The Passing Show’ was born, and original members Steve Simpson, Charlie Hart, Steve Bingham, Alun Davies, Geraint Watkins and Colin Davey, come to the Pavilion to resurrect this period of Ronnie’s life, along with our own troupe of Can Can dancers (The Pretty Little Horsebreakers)
‘The Passing Show’ is passing by again - Don’t miss it! Seats £19.50 available at the door