Blake and The Real Thing at Alban Arena

PUBLISHED: 09:54 28 September 2014

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Brit Award winning trio Blake are appearing at the Alban Arena next Thursday, October 2.

Currently on their biggest UK tour yet, they are performing at the St Albans theatre from 7.30pm.

Blake have been touring worldwide for seven years and mix classical, pop, rock and musicals. Inspired by the classic trio harmonies of The Three Tenors, The Bee Gees and Boyz-II-Men, the trio will be performing exclusive songs from their fifth studio album, released UK-wide this autumn.

They have just returned from summer tours to the United States, Russia, South Africa and Asia and the show will feature anecdotes from the tours as well as harmonies.

Support comes from soprano Camilla Kerslake performing her own songs and joining Blake for some duets.

Tickets at £20 are available from the Arena box office 01727 844488 or online at www.alban-arena.co.uk

British soul band, The Real Thing, are celebrating 40 years in the music business, with a tour that brings them to the Arena next Friday, October 3.

Original singers, Chris and Eddie Amoo and Dave Smith perform all the hits with their five piece band.

The Real Thing had three million selling hit singles in the 70s – You To Me Are Everything, Can’t Get By Without You and Feel The Force, all of which were remixed and became hits again in the 80s.

Their performance, which starts at 8pm, will include all their hits together with a medley of classic covers from Kool & The Gang, Chic and McFadden & Whitehead

Tickets are £22.50 and £20.


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