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A chance to win Searchers tickets

Rob George 28th Nov, 2015 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

AN EXCITING evening full of the sounds of the Sixties Merseybeat scene will fill Huntingdon Hall in Worcester’s Crowngate in the latest concert from a city promoter.

Worcester promoter John Banner will welcome The Searchers for his annual Christmas special next Friday (December 4) for a night of music and memories.

The popular Mersey band emerged in 1963 as part of the 60s Liverpool music scene along with the Beatles, The Mersey Beats and Gerry and the Pacemakers.

Second only to the iconic Beatles as Liverpool’s finest 60s group, The Searchers are legends from the era that transformed entertainment history forever.

Needles and Pins, Sweets for my Sweet and When You Walk In the Room will be among the hits on a night not to be missed.

Tickets for the show are £19.50 each and are available from the Huntingdon Hall Box Office on 01905 611427 or online at www.worcesterlive.co.uk

The Worcester Observer has teamed up with John Banner Charitable Promotions to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets for the front row of the gallery hailed by John as ‘the best seats in the house’.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question:

The Searchers reached number one in the UK Singles Chart in 1963 with what song

a) When You Walk in the Room

b) Needles and Pin

c) Sweets for My Sweet

Send your answer, with your name, address and daytime telephone number on e-mail to editor@worcesterobserver.co.uk

Closing date for entries is midday on Monday, November 30 with the winners being notified on Wednesday, December 2.

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