20th Century Rox at Brookside Theatre, Romford, brings together ‘Freddie Mercury’, ‘Elvis’ and ‘George Michael’
PUBLISHED: 10:37 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:37 28 March 2013
What would the Bee Gees have sounded like if Freddie Mercury, Elvis Presley and George Michael had replaced the Gibb brothers?
You can find out by heading down to the Brookside Theatre on Saturday for 20th Century Rox – a show in which tribute acts to the three solo singers combine to form a Bee Gees act.
Gary Goodmaze stars as iconic Queen singer Freddie Mercury, Steve Ballard as Elvis, and Richard Carter as the former Wham! member.
Tickets for the show, priced at £12.50, are available on 01708 755775 or at www.brooksidetheatre.com. The theatre is based in the Romford War Memorial Social Club and proceeds will go towards the club’s restoration, due to be completed this year.
Referring to last week’s sell-out performance, the club’s Jai Sepple said: “These world-class entertainers kindly performed with us to help us raise money for the renovation of the Romford War Memorial Social Club. The evening was incredibly well received, particularly when Gary (“Freddie”) dedicated his performance of We Are The Champions to the men and women of Romford who tragically lost their lives during the Second World War and whose names feature on our memorial panels.”
Doors open at 8pm.
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