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Treat your entire family to this award-winning variety production featuring nostalgic footage of the legendary Andy Williams from Christmases past. Sing along to your favourite Christmas classics including Silent Night, Last Christmas and Merry Christmas Everybody to Sleighride. The Osmonds will also perform their mega hits made famous during more than five decades of entertaining around the world. Osmond fans will hear Love Me for a Reason, Crazy Horses, Down By The Lazy River and more.
Beatles tribute band which faithfully recreate the sound and images of the Fab Four from their early 'moptop' days through Revolver and Sgt Pepper to their final performance on the rooftop of the Apple building. The atmosphere is perpetuated with the use of authentic instruments, costumes and backdrops and special effects, giving a nostalgic re-creation of the era. The band will be joined on stage by a nine-piece orchestra. Since the Bootlegs were formed in 1980, they have enjoyed spectacular success both at home and abroad. Their international reputation accelerated following a sixty date tour of the then USSR in 1982. They have performed in France, Spain, India the USA and before an audience of 18,000 in Manila.
From Channel 4's Derren Brown Mind Control. Not suitable for under 12s
If you were to ask anyone about Punjabi music, the first person you would hear about is Gurdas Maan. After first gaining attention in 1980 with the song Dil Da Mamla Hai, he moved from an unknown Punjabi singer and songwriter, to international icon who has toured across the Globe. Gurdas Maan's 30-year career has been nothing short of spectacular. In this time he has recorded over 27 albums, written over 200 songs and has raised the profile of Punjabi music to an international level, making him the most influential and prolific Punjabi singer ever. This great achievement has lead Gurdas Maan to receive numerous honours and awards, including 'Best International Album' for Bootpolishan in 2009 at the UK Asian Music Awards. Also, earlier this year he received an honorary degree from the University of Wolverhampton for his contribution to music.
Jack Jones is the double Grammy-winning easy listening giant nominated by Frank Sinatra as 'one of the major singers of our time.' His swinging renditions of contemporary pop and rock, as well as classic standards have packed out UK tour dates, with Jones' charming audiences with his wit, sensitivity and vocal power.
Boogie Woogie. Jools Holland needs little introduction. In 1973 he met up with Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook and formed Squeeze and with hits like 'Cool for Cats' and 'Up the Junction' Squeeze achieved spectacular success. In 1990 Jools sowed the seeds of the Rhythm and Blues Orchestra when he began touring with Squeeze's virtuoso drummer Gilson Lavis. This has evolved into a powerful and disciplined twelve-piece band, capable of selling out hundreds of shows a year all over Britain and Europe.
Disney's fabulous Frozen in sing-along form