Great addition on drums and backing cello/
Really brilliant night thanks all look forward to seing you again. Keep up the good work but it really could not be any better. Safe journey.
You guys really know how to get people on their feet!
You SOUNDED so much like the Bee Gees that when you did the 'camp fire' set it made my hear...t melt with your harmonies that it felt almost surreal that they were there themselves
I LOVED the banter between you all and how lovey as a family that you can share this experience
Jack, special mention to you, you made me well up when you sang 'I started a joke' as it is a favourite of my mum's and she is going through a tough time illness wise at the moment and you sound uncannily like Robin - it gave me goosebumps
All 3 of you are so very talented and your fabulous band together, gave us an amazing night, so PLEASE say you will one back to Salisbury NEXT year!
We couldn’t get over how authentic it seemed. Close your eyes and you’re almost there. Thank you all for a wonderful night out and all the best for the future. Hope to see you again sometime.
Our last two shows for March take us to Braintree Arts Theatre tomorrow (Friday 16th March) which is completely sold out and next Friday (23rd March) we make our first visit to The Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, limited tickets now remain for this show so call 01242 258002 before it's too late.
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What an awesome Birthday cake made for Darren by his sister Natalie and it tasted fantastic too. 🎉🎂
For tickets call the Burnley Mechanics Box Office on 01282 664400 or alternatively book online by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2DFZIXF
We've just had some front row and balcony seats released this morning for our upcoming show at the Artrix, Bromsgrove on Saturday 21st April.
To purchase click here: 👉 http://bit.ly/2th1JJ9 or call the Box Office on : 01527 577330
The Swan (UPDATE)
It is obvious that some of you are having difficulty attending tonight's performance and we are deeply sorry to hear this. There have been some comments that would seem to suggest that we have been reckless for not cancelling tonight's performance at The Swan Theatre. I would like to clarify the situation and our part in that decision....
Firstly, whether a performance goes ahead or not is really not our call...we literally have very little choice if the theatre wants to proceed. Were we to make the decision to cancel off of our own back, we would be left open to possible (and serious) litigation. We are essentially breaking our contract and thus are liable for all the loss of revenue and earnings that follow. Of course, were we able to prove that reaching the venue from Bristol was impossible without serious risk of life, we would most likely be protected. But the run from Bristol to The Swan today was very clear and totally free from obstruction.
Secondly, we have to leave it to the discretion of the theatre to make the choice because when these decisions are made we do not have boots on the ground in that area. If the theatre manager informs me that it is okay for the performance to proceed, I have to rely on their knowledge of how things are in that area. We had a conversation with management yesterday where they stated that they would like the show to proceed – as other shows has done that week. At this point, our hands are essentially tied.
Of course, making the decision is very tough for a Theatre Manager. Although we have had some of you complain that you might not be able to make tonight's show, my inbox has been pretty full over the last two days from people begging us for the show to go ahead as they had travelled to Worcester and had already checked into their hotels.
Finally, there is always the possibility of a reschedule which is another tough choice for management to make. The Swan Theatre has a very full programme and therefore any reschedule for a similar night would likely be many months into the future. The other option is to reschedule for a mid-week night, but we have had experience with this quite recently. This led to many similar complaints from people who could not make the new date because of work or family commitments. So, in situations like this, management do find themselves somewhat between a rock and a hard place having to play a numbers game – opting for the option they predict will affect the least number of people.
With regards to show refunds or credit to see another show at The Swan, this is something that you will need to take up with the Swan directly as we have no power over such decisions.
** IMPORTANT SHOW ANNOUNCEMENTS **
Just to update you all regarding our shows this weekend.
This evenings show (Friday 2nd March) at Pavilion Mid Wales has been postponed to 20th April 2018....
We will of course keep you updated with any further information as we receive it.
SHOW UPDATE: PAVILION MID WALES
Due to concerns for public safety, we have taken the decision (with the weather to deteriorate further).. to postpone tomorrow evening's show.
The show has been rescheduled for FRIDAY 20TH APRIL. All tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled date....
** UPDATE (Thursday 10:00am) **
Due to concerns for public safety, we have taken the decision, (with the weather expected to deteriorate further)..to cancel tom...orrow evening's show Jive Talkin perform The Bee Gees.
The show has been rescheduled for FRIDAY 20th APRIL. All tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled date.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Pavilion Team & Jive Talkin'
Tickets on sale soon very soon.
Jive Talkin' is the UK's premier Bee Gees tribute theatre show. Featuring performers from London's West End and fronted by members of the Simmons family. This i...s the ultimate show for the Bee Gees connoisseur.