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You Should Be Dancing... with Bee Gees tribute at Two Lips Charity Ball




Stayin' Alive UK Bee Gees tribute act, who are performing at the Two Lips Charity Ball at Springfields Exhibition Centre in Spalding on Saturday, March 17.
Stayin' Alive UK Bee Gees tribute act, who are performing at the Two Lips Charity Ball at Springfields Exhibition Centre in Spalding on Saturday, March 17.

Top Bee Gee’s tribute act Stayin’ Alive UK will be getting people up and dancing at the Two Lips Charity Ball on Saturday (March 17).

The annual ball, held at Springfields Exhibition Centre, is organised by the Rotary Club of Spalding and Welland and raises thousands each year for various charities.

Chosen this year are Sue Ryder and Marie Curie, as well as the Rotary charities.

Stayin’ Alive UK claimed the National Tribute Awards title in 2013, 2016 and 2017.

They also opened Saturday Night Fever - The Musical at the London Palladium.

The band perform all the favourite hits of the legendary trio, plus covers of top hits penned by the Bee Gees for other world famous artists.

Band members are Bill Howard (Barry), Jimmy Stanley (Robin) and Alan Leather (Maurice). They look like the brothers Gibb as fans remember them.

As well as enjoying music from the band, the black-tie ball also includes a three-course dinner, an auction and chances to win great prizes from the raffle and gift tree.

The event starts at 7pm, for 7.30pm. Tickets are £45, available from Sarah Prior on 01775 720607.

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