Axminster Guildhall has confirmed its exciting line-up for June.

A spokesperson said: "We don't mean to boast but oh my, have we got plenty for you to see in June".

The month kicks off on June 1 with Chemical Dance, a tribute show paying homage to the Chemical Brothers and Daft Punk, accompanied by an impressive visual light laser show.

Forbidden Nights will follow on June 6, promising to set both hearts racing and minds reeling.

June 9 will welcome Seriously Collins, a touching tribute to musician Phil Collins.

Following on June 14 is Burnt Out Wreck, a rock band established by Gary Moat after disbanding 80s musical outfit Heavy Pettin.

Elvis 56, a tribute show recognising the musical contributions of Elvis Presley, returns to Axminster Guildhall on June 15.

This is followed by Magic and Marvels, a one-man spectacle led by multi-skilled performer Michael Jordan on June 23.

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June then closes out with three memorable performances.

On June 28, attendees can enjoy a free disco party night, followed by Bowie Experience, an acclaimed Bowie tribute band, on June 29.

Last, but certainly not least, the month wraps up on June 30 with crowd favourites Marilyn and Amanda Fockhard returning with their Absolutely Dragulous show.

For more information and to get tickets for the events, visit the Axminster Guildhall website.