Elvis tribute act to liven up Romford’s Brookside Theatre this weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:00 11 April 2018

Steve Halliday will perform as an Elvis tribute act.

Steve Halliday will perform as an Elvis tribute act.

Steve Halliday

It’s almost time to have A Little Less Conversation and get All Shook Up as an Elvis tribute act will once again be in the building.

Steve Halliday, one of the UK’s No.1 tribute acts will be giving a hip-swinging performance of his show, Elvis: Through the Decades, at the Brookside Theatre, Eastern Avenue, Romford, this weekend.

Accompanied on stage by his live band, Steve is said to have the look, voice, moves and the passion of The King himself and this spectacular stage show pays tribute to the incredible musical legend.

The high-energy and unforgettable evening of classic rock ‘n’ roll will include hits such as Heartbreak Hotel, Suspicious Minds, Hound Dog, All Shook Up, Don’t Be Cruel, It’s Now or Never, Viva Las Vegas, Jailhouse Rock, American Trilogy and many, many more.

During his career, Elvis Presley had 18 number one hits, 38 top 10 hits, starred in 31 feature films and two concert documentary films and won three Grammy Awards as well as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Throughout three decades, Elvis entertained people from all over the world and performer Steve hopes to bring back just a little bit of the music legend’s sparkle to the stage for one night only in Romford.

He has performed as The King around Europe and America as well as live on television and as part of stage productions for the past 10 years.

He says he is looking forward to returning to the theatre to entertain more people with the sound of Elvis.

Star of the show, Steve said: “We’re all very excited about returning to this fabulous theatre with our show.

“We hope that everyone enjoys our journey through three decades of Elvis classic, from the early years as a Memphis “Hillbilly Cat” though to becoming The King of Las Vegas.”

Elvis: Through the Decades will be performed at Brookside Theatre on Saturday, April 14.

Tickets are still available so if you want to see the show, visit here or call 01708 755775

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