radio ga ga  | Brentwood Centre Brentwood  | Fri 27th September 2019 Lineup

radio ga ga

Brentwood Centre in Brentwood

Friday 27th September 2019

8:00pm til 10:00pm (last entry 8:00pm)

No age restrictions

It’s a Kind of Magic…

 
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radio ga ga on Friday 27th September 2019

Radio Ga Ga celebrates the royalty of rock music, a night of timeless classics that are treasured by millions across the globe and the recreation of the most majestic, inspiring and entertaining bands of all time – Queen!

Let us show you that We are The Champions of tribute shows, with non-stop hit-after-hit that’ll leave you floating around in ecstasy, such as; Crazy Little Thing Called Love, I Want to Break Free, Somebody to Love, We Will Rock You, Another One Bites the Dust, Bohemian Rhapsody and so much more!

It’s a show guaranteed to blow your mind, with the crazy charisma and vigorous vocals of Freddie Mercury, recreated to perfection, alongside the sensational style and skill of the rest of the band.

You don’t have to be Under Pressure for tickets, you can get them right now!

This is a tribute show and is no way affiliated with any original artists/estates/management companies or similar shows.

Promoter reserves the right to alter the programme.

STATS & FACTS

  • The video for ‘I Want to Break Free’, which sees the band doing housework in drag, was Roger’s idea, and inspired by the women of Coronation Street.

  • According to the Guinness Book Of Records, the Official International Queen Fan Club is the longest running rock group fan club in the world.

  • Queen's collaboration with David Bowie on 'Under Pressure' wasn't planned - Bowie just happened to be by the studio while Queen were recording the song.

  • In his will, Freddie Mercury is said to have left £500,000 to his chef Joe Fanelli, £500,000 to his personal assistant Peter Freestone and £100,000 to his driver Terry Giddings.

  • Instead of using a plectrum to play his guitar, Brian May uses a sixpence coin (one of which was sold on his 'Back To The Light' tour in 1970).

  • Mercury didn’t think he was a very good pianist and feared playing 'Bohemian Rhapsody' live.

Music Genres: 

Pop, Rock

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