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The Dreamers are joined by a superb line up in '50s and '60s spectacular show at the South Holland Centre




Fans of hit music from the '50s and '60s can get their dancing shoes on for night to remember at the South Holland Centre next month.

The Dreamers, featuring original members Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng (formerly part of Freddie and the Dreamers) will star in the '50s and 60s All Star Spectacular' at the Centre on Saturday, February 16, at 7.30pm.

They'll be joined by top tribute acts to The Everly Brothers 'The Temple Bros' and Buddy Holly tribute Buddy Walker, plus special guest star Tony Crane MBE, of Liverpool's The Merseybeats.

The Dreamers star in the '50s and '60s All Star Spectacular at the South Holland Centre on February 16. (6402629)
The Dreamers star in the '50s and '60s All Star Spectacular at the South Holland Centre on February 16. (6402629)

The Dreamers will perform all their classic hits including ‘You Were Made for Me’, I’m Telling You Now’, and ‘If You Gotta Make a Fool Of Somebody’.

Completing the line up will be Sounds Force 5, who were voted top '60s band in East Anglia by Van Morrison.

They have appeared in front of royalty and at the historic Cavern Club in Liverpool, plus on ITV and BBC .

You may also recall they were on the line up at the infamous Barbeque ’67 in Spalding along with Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Cream.

Book on 01775 764777 or via www.southhollandcentre.co.uk



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