The sixties had some of the best feel good music of all time, and while it is great to listen to these hits on CD, nothing quite beats a live performance. For one night only, on the 18th October, New Wimbledon Theatre will bring you the ultimate Sensational 60s Experience, as part of a fiftieth anniversary tour.
With tickets from £26.90 - £28.90, the show will feature six legendary bands and singers from the decade that rocked.
First in the line up is a Mancunian band formed in 1963; Herman's Hermits rose to fame with their Number One hit. 'I'm into Something Good'. In total they have accumulated twenty-three top twenty singles, ten hit albums, three major movies.
The Swinging Blue Jeans from Liverpool, are best know for hits such as 'Good Golly Miss Molly'. The group has had a number of different band members, but currently consist of Alan Lovell, Peter Oakman, Jeff Bannister, and Graham Hollingworth.
Dave Berry was a 1960s teen idol known for his pop ballads. Hits include 'The Crying Game', 'Memphis Tennessee', 'Mama', 'Little Things', and 'My Baby Left Me'.
Vocal trio, The Ivy League, formed in 1964 and lasted eleven years. Now they're back to present a musical comedy act. Also performing are The Union Gapuk and Alan Mosca from Freddie and the Dreamers.