Music legends to rock the Havering Show stage this weekend
Music stars of the ‘60s and ‘70s are set to hit the stage this weekend for the ever-popular Havering Show.
The show, from 11am to 6pm on Sunday and Monday in Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch, is in its fourth year and is free to enter.
Liverpudlian icons The Searchers and The Merseybeats will headline on Sunday, while Suzi Quatro, the legendary British-based American singer-songwriter and actress, takes to the stage on Monday.
In the ‘70s Suzi became the first female bass player to become a major rock star, and had UK number 1 hits with Can the Can and Devil Gate Drive, among many more top-selling singles.
It will be a homecoming gig for Suzi - who used to live in Havering-atte-Bower.
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Also taking to the stage on Monday is Essex singer, Josh Dubovie, who represented the UK at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest.
Along with the famous musical acts, there will also be thrilling entertainment in the arena, including cheerleaders, jousting knights, falconry displays, Zumba demonstrations, dog display teams and death-defying stunts by the East Coast Freestyle Moto-x Display Team.
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Visitors can peruse flower and craft marquees, trade stalls and enjoy refreshments.
Big top circus performances and workshops will keep visitors entertained, along with Land Zorbs and a classic car show.
Residents will also be able to learn more about the environment and take part in hands-on activities in the Planet Havering area.