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Our regular multi-talented host Andy Eastwood returns to the Belgrade with with his familiar brand of music, fun and special guests.
The Dreamers (formerly Freddie & The Dreamers) headline this nostalgic musical celebration, fronted by Coventry’s own Alan Mosca – who has been part of the band since the days of the late Freddie Garrity. They will fill the second half of our show with a sensational string of smash-hit songs from the swinging sixties.
In the first half, special guest star Don Maclean provides the comedy, reminding us why he is one of the Midlands’ favourite entertainers, and delightful vocalist Helen Farrell brings us songs from the shows and favourite singalongs.
Why not bring a party and take advantage of our group discount?
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Freddie & The Dreamers emerged as part of the '60s British Pop Invasion, good-natured and up-beat Manchester clowns scoring a number of hits on both sides of the Atlantic including If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody, I'm Telling You Now and You Were Made For Me'. The band toured until 1968 and broke up not too long after that. Frontman Freddie Garrity reformed an all-new Freddie and the Dreamers in 1976, the band continued to tour until Garrity's retirement in 2000 due to ill-health, when they changed their name to The Dreamers.
See 5 tour dates featuring The Dreamers
One of the best known comedians on TV and radio who claims to have left school with '7 '0' levels, 2 spirit levels and a girl's bike.' Don has appeared in six Royal Command Shows, his recent 30th anniversary in show business was marked with an award from the Variety Club, and he was made an MBE in the 2001 New Year's honours list. TV and radio have both played a major part in Don's career from Crackerjack through Celebrity Squares to his current Radio 2 show Good Morning Sunday which he is still presenting after 15 years on the air.
See Don MacLean tour dates
- Belgrade Square
- CV1 1GS