Sixties-style band The Overtures celebrate one of the most dynamic and innovative musical decades with their new production of The Bootleg Sixties which visits Worthing Assembly Hall on Saturday April 28 at 7.30pm.
In honour of the many British innovations in music and fashion during the sixties, The Overtures, who wear 60s costumes throughout their performance, have created a new version of their show, filled with music from all the classic artists of the decade such as The Animals, The Kinks and The Who, all backed by visual footage and archive material of Worthing at the time.
The band has performed both in its own right and with their Bootleg Sixties show around the world. Recent highlights have been performing at Sir Elton John’s and David Furnish’s civil ceremony and supporting Sir Elton at the 02 Arena on New Year’s Eve 2008. They also performed live on television stations across Europe in 2010, culminating in a performance on German TV show Wetten Das with Lionel Richie.
Producer Tony Henderson says: “The Overtures have rocked the Assembly Hall during their last three visits and will be looking to go one better this time. It’s as near as you’ll get to actually being in the sixties, so dig out those miniskirts and paisley shirts, and watch pop’s greatest decade come to life!”
The Bootleg Sixties
Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing. BN11 1HQ
Saturday April 28
Box offices: at the Connaught and Pavilion Theatres
01903 206 206
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