Win tickets to see Jive Talkin’

14:19 14 January 2013

The music of the Bee Gees

The music of the Bee Gees

Archant

Featuring stunningly convincing vocals, the three leading men in Jive Talkin’ create a truly emotional musical journey.

Career highs include starring in London’s West End, numerous worldwide TV appearances and performing live with the Bee Gees themselves!

Accompanied by a live string section the Bee Gees’ greatest hits are brought incredibly back to life and features a stunning acoustic medley of some of the Bee Gees’ earlier hits.

The uncanny voices of the three lead singers create a truly emotional musical journey in this amazing concert! JIVE TALKIN’ recreate the iconic sound of the Bee Gees live on stage performing their greatest hits!

Appearing at the Exmouth Pavilion on Friday, February 15, tickets are priced at £17.50, buy online at www.ledtickets.co.uk or at the Pavilion ticket office on 01395 222477.

The Journal has a pair of tickets for this magical evening to give away. All you have to do is answer the following question:

Jive Talking features the hits of which great act?

Please send your answers on a postcard with your address and a daytime phone number to:

Jive Competition, Features sub-editor, Archant South West, Fair Oak Close, Exeter Airport Business Park, Clyst Honiton, Nr Exeter EX5 2UL.

Answers must be in by Friday, January 18. Editor’s decision is final.

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