The New Jersey Boys going back to Axminster

PUBLISHED: 17:00 21 December 2017

The New Jersey Boys will perform hits by Showaddywaddy. Picture: Contributed

The New Jersey Boys will perform hits by Showaddywaddy. Picture: Contributed

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By popular demand, the New Jersey Boys will be returning to Axminster later in the new year.

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Following their amazing run of sell-out shows across the UK, the New Jersey Boys will be performing at the Guildhall, in February.

This visit follows their previous appearances at this popular venue, with the group performing the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.

Those who go along can expect to hear all the hits such as Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like a Man and many more.

The high energy two-set programme, featuring the amazing falsetto of Einar Vestman and humour of Gary Gould, also includes tributes to other great rock and roll names such as Showaddywaddy.

This stunning show guarantees to get you singing and your feet tapping.

Early booking strongly recommended for the show, which takes place on Friday, February 9, at 7.30pm.

Unreserved tickets cost £18 and will be available from Archway Bookshop on 01297 33595 and the Tourist Information Centre in Bridport on 01308 424901.

You can also buy them online at www.wegottickets.com


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