Thu 31st Oct 2019, 7:00pm


Hawth Theatre, Crawley

Please note: Info provided by the Event Organiser


Shalamar are coming to Crawley this Autumn!

With a new CD ‘Gold - The Greatest Hits' featuring 42 feel good tracks across 3CDs, and a special vinyl pressing on 180g Gold heavyweight vinyl featuring all of the bands US and UK top 40 chart singles, plus 12” disco mixes coming out in July then Shalamar are embarking on the 2nd leg of their ‘Greatest Hits 2019 Tour this Autumn and some 35 years after their major chart breakthrough with the million selling ‘Friends’ album Shalamar are coming to Crawley!

‘Over the course of our career we’ve played shows in South London in Croydon, Clapham and Dartford and Brighton on the south coast but never anywhere in the middle’ said original member Jeffrey Daniel, ‘However, this years as part of our tour we specifically asked our promoters to find us some new theatres to play and Crawley was recommended as a great area for the 80’s Soul crowd so here we are – at The Hawth in Crawley on October 31st – Its Halloween so expect a (spooky) night to remember!’
With the band featuring original members Howard Hewett, Jeffrey Daniel alongside with Carolyn Griffey, daughter of Solar Records Founder Dick Griffey then you can expect to hear all the big hits - There it is, I can make you feel good, 2nd Time Around, Take That to The Bank, Make That move, Dead Giveaway, Right in the Socket and of course A Night To Remember! and more!!

Very special guest for the show will be British Soul star Phil Fearon & Galaxy who like Shalamar had a string of hit singles in the early to mid part of the 80’s – tracks such as ‘Dancing Tight, I can Prove It, This Kind of Love, Wait Until Tonight (my Love) You don’t need a reason all packed the dancefloors in.


As Shalamar, Howard Hewett and Jeffrey Daniel sold over 25 million records worldwide and collected...

Phil Fearon

Best known as being the lead singer from 80’s band Galaxy… he will definitely have you dancing...

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