Back to the Sixties for swinging show

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A trip back in time to the Swinging Sixties is guaranteed when a spin-off show of Carnaby Street The Musical comes to Mansfield.

Some of the cast members of the musical will be performing the greatest songs from that decade at One Night in the Marquee - based on the famous Soho club of the era, which was the birthplace of The Who, Manfred Mann, The Moody Blues and many more.

What if The Beatles, The Who, The Stones, The Kinks and The Searchers all played in the same place?

Well they did in the 60s - at the Marquee Club - and now the well-known songs they made are about to be performed all on the same night at Mansfield Palace Theatre.

Carnaby Street - The Concert features the incredible hits of a decade that featured the best rock and roll music of all time, performed by an amazing six-piece band and an array of fantastic singers.

It is coming to town on Wednesday 14th May and tickets are £19.99, concessions £18.96, available on Mansfield 633133.

Carnaby Street The Musical was the brainchild of entertainment agent Carl Leighton-Pope, who used to be the cloakroom attendant at the Marquee Club in the 1960s.

Carl has represented some of the most iconic acts of the past 40 years and currently looks after, amongst others, the incredibly successful recording artists, Bryan Adams and Michael Buble.

Carnaby Street is not autobiographical but tells the tale of Jude, a boy from Liverpool, who is new to London and seeking fame and fortune.