IT WOULD be a tragedy to miss the tribute to the iconic trio, The Bee Gees, at the Swan Theatre.
Jive Talkin’ will be taking to the stage next Friday (July 3) at 8pm and will be playing some of the group’s most famous songs including, Stayin’ Alive, Night Fever, and Tragedy.
The act is fronted by brothers Darren and Gary Simmons who have been performing their tribute to the Bee Gees for the last 25 years, since their first appearance on ITV’s Stars In Their Eyes.
They have also performed live on Heart FM, duetting with the real Bee Gees on the 60s classic To Love Somebody. There they were described by Barry Gibb as ‘Fantastic’ and by Maurice Gibb as ‘Absolutely Brilliant’.
Last year Darren’s son Jack joined the show as Robin Gibb completing the family trio to create unbelievable harmonies.
They will be backed up by a live band and a string section which will help take the audience through the trio’s musical journey from 60s classics, Massachusetts and Words to their 70s hits from the iconic film Saturday Night Fever.
Tickets cost £17 and can be bought from the box office at Huntingdon Hall or by calling 01905 611427.