Made in Britain

PUBLISHED: 12:23 07 May 2009 | UPDATED: 10:54 10 June 2010

MADE In Britain celebrates the unforgettable and timeless classic hits from the UK s foremost rock n roll stars, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Cliff Richard and Billy Fury. The show on Sunday, May 31, at 8pm, is filled with over two hours of their greate

MADE In Britain celebrates the unforgettable and timeless classic hits from the UK's foremost rock 'n' roll stars, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Cliff Richard and Billy Fury. The show on Sunday, May 31, at 8pm, is filled with over two hours of their greatest hits, spanning more than four decades of total musical supremacy.

The first half of the show features the early years where Cliff, Fury and The Beatles paved the way in British Rock 'n' Roll music for all to follow. Massive hits such as The Young Ones, She Loves You, From Me To You, A Hard Day's Night, Twist And Shout, Bachelor Boy, Summer Holiday, and Can't Buy Me Love, to name but a few.

The second half of the show highlights all the classic Cliff and Fury pop tracks plus songs taken from Lennon and McCartney's unrivalled solo careers. Unforgettable million sellers including Devil Woman, Hey Jude, Imagine, Halfway To Paradise, Live And Let Die, plus loads more.

The explosive and dynamic finale to the show will see the entire cast pay tribute to some of the best British Rock 'n' Roll songs ever recorded. Starring Michael King as Fury, Steve Halliday as Cliff, Paul Moroney as John Lennon, Steve White as Paul McCartney and UK's top rock 'n' roll band The Crown Jewels.

Tickets are priced at £15 and £14 concessions and are available at the Exmouth Pavilion box office on (01395) 222477 or visit the website on www.exmouthpavilion.co.uk to book your tickets online.


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