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Southport Visiter - - What’s On The Etta James Story On Stage – At Last -

OF­TEN ac­claimed as the world’s num­ber one Ea­gles trib­ute act, The Il­le­gal Ea­gles re­turn to the stage in 2017, this time cel­e­brat­ing their own 20 years of UK and in­ter­na­tional tour­ing.

This sea­soned group of tal­ented mu­si­cians are true Ea­gles fans at heart.

Their im­pres­sive mas­tery of the Ea­gles dis­tinc­tive sound has made them one of the most sought-af­ter shows of their kind in the world.

For their spe­cial 20th an­niver­sary tour, The Il­le­gal Ea­gles bring you their strong­est and most pop­u­lar show to date.

Per­form­ing all of the clas­sic Ea­gles hits, in­clud­ing Ho­tel Cal­i­for­nia, Take It Easy, Lyin’ Eyes, Take it to the Limit, Life in the Fast Lane and many more.

The Il­le­gal Ea­gles come to South­port Theatre on Fri­day, March 10, at 7.30pm.

Ticket prices start from £19.50.

To book go to www. at­gtick­ets.com or call 01704 500036. BE­YOND the Bar­ri­cade has de­lighted au­di­ences through­out the UK and main­land Europe for more than a decade, with its ex­cit­ing con­cert por­trayal of the great­est songs in mu­si­cal theatre, all per­formed to­tally live.

Com­ing to the Flo­ral Hall, South­port on Fri­day, March 10, it recre­ates orig­i­nal West End/Broad­way mu­si­cal hit songs with amaz­ing au­then­tic­ity.

The cast of past prin­ci­pal per­form­ers from Les Misérables, present a two-hour show, which is now firmly es­tab­lished as the na­tion’s favourite mu­si­cal theatre con­cert.

Star­ring Andy Reiss, David Fawcett, Katie Leem­ing and Re­becca Vere, to­gether with their own en­sem­ble of tal­ented mu­si­cians, Be­yond the Bar­ri­cade fea­tures songs from The Phan­tom of the Opera, Je­sus Christ Su­per­star, The Jer­sey Boys, The Lion King, Blood Broth­ers, Miss Saigon and many oth­ers, cli­max­ing with a spec­tac­u­lar fi­nale from, of course, Les Misérables.

Ticket prices start from £16.

Find out more and book by vis­it­ing www. at­gtick­ets.com.

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