Alban Arena hosts Fascinating Aida 25 years on
TOP female comedy trio Fascinating Aida have been performing for 25 years and are celebrating their Silver Jubilee with a performance at the Alban Arena next Friday, April 3. To help them mark such an auspicious birthday, Dillie, Adele and Liza are prepar
TOP female comedy trio Fascinating Aida have been performing for 25 years and are celebrating their Silver Jubilee with a performance at the Alban Arena next Friday, April 3.
To help them mark such an auspicious birthday, Dillie, Adele and Liza are prepared to entertain with some new songs when they come on stage at 8pm.
They are asking their audiences to thrill to the beauty of the harmonies, marvel at the intricate rhymes and for older fans, remember to switch their hearing aids to the theatre's loops system to avoid unpleasant whistling.
Tickets are �18 and �17 with concessions �2 off, available from the Arena box office on 01727 844488.
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�� Jive Talkin' - The Bee Gees Story comes to the Arena the following night, Saturday, April 4.
Described as the show that Bee Gees fans everywhere have been waiting for, the ensemble boasts a full six-piece band and live string section. It features brothers Darren and Garry Simmons and Jarrod Loughlin who have 20 years experience between them and have performed in London's West End as well as appearing with the actual Bee Gees themselves.
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They are joined throughout the show by special guests to perform some of the songs the Bee Gees wrote for other artists such as Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand and Diana Ross.
Jive Talkin' is a two-plus hour chronologically-organised pop concert covering the Bee Gees' entire musical career, from the early 60s' classics such as Massachusetts, Words and To Love Somebody through the disco period of Stayin' Alive and Night Fever to the modern-day hits, You Win Again and Alone.
Tickets are �18.50 and �16.50 and the show starts at 7.30pm.
�� Cult comedian Ross Noble, who is appearing at the Arena on two evenings next week, April 1 and 2, has sold out.