AN EVENING of pure nostalgia to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Queen Is Dead is on offer when The Smiths Indeed take to the stage at Huntingdon Hall.
Recognised as one of the most significant rock bands of the 1980s, in an intense five years between 1983 and 1987 The Smiths released 20 singles and seven albums, lighting up the world of popular music.
In 2002, NME Magazine named them the most influential band ever, the Indie outsiders managed to conquer the mainstream, with Morrissey’s songwriting and Marr’s guitar playing influencing later Manchester bands such as The Stone Roses and Oasis.
Made up of die-hard Smiths fans dedicated to The Smiths’ music, The Smiths Indeed formed in 2005 and is fronted by a vocalist whose voice has an uncanny similarity to Morrissey.
The band has toured extensively around the UK, the USA and Europe, playing to full capacity audiences of Smiths fans old and new throughout.
For those who weren’t even born then, or were otherwise engaged, this is an opportunity to witness just what it might have been like to experience The Smiths live.
The Smiths Indeed will be at Huntingdon Hall on Saturday, March 5 at 8pm.
Tickets are £15 with concessions at £13.50, call the Box Office on 01905 611427 or visit www.huntingdonhall.co.uk