Rock ‘n’ Roll Paradise is a jam packed show where the music plays the leading role as it takes audiences on a rock and roll-a ride through the 50s and 60s.
The talented cast will bring spirit of the rock ‘n’ roll era back to life at Retford Majestic on Saturday 15th February.
And the Standard has a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky reader.
Tim Worrall brilliantly captures the energy of Jerry Lee Lewis firing on all cylinders, with hits such as Great Balls Of Fire and Breathless.
The evenings compere is the Big Bopper, with witty banter and stunning versions of Chantilly Lace and of course Helllooooo Baby.
Feel the shivers in your spine as Lars Young soars through Roy Orbison classics and cheer on Gavin Stanley as Eddie Cochran, every teenage girls heart-throb, with Summertime Blues, Three Steps To Heaven and C’mon Everybody.
Buddy Holly is fondly remembered with Spencer Jordan filling the infamous glasses and taking us back to Peggy Sue and That’ll Be The Day.
The second half opens with a concert within a concert as we’re taken through the years of Elvis’ later tours. Richard Atkins is widely regarded as the best late-period Elvis.
To finish the show we go back to the original guitar heroes as Buddy, Eddie and The Big O once again take to the stage with Big Bopper, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis building to fever pitch.
This is rock ‘n’ roll at its best played with all the commitment and honesty that the originals would be proud of.
Behind the front men the Paradise Band are some of the best live musicians in the UK.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question. Q) What is the name of the evening compare?
Send your answer, name and daytime phone number, to Gainsborough Standard, Marshall’s Yard, Gainsborough, DN21 2NA or email firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date of 7th February.
Rock n Roll Paradise is at the Majestic Theatre on Saturday 15th February at 7.30pm.
Tickets, priced at £21, are available on 01777 706866 or at www.majesticretford.com