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CLASSIC CLAPTON performed by After Midnight | Playhouse Whitley Bay Whitley Bay  | Mon 18th November 2019 Lineup

CLASSIC CLAPTON performed by After Midnight

Playhouse Whitley Bay in Whitley Bay

Monday 18th November 2019

7:30pm til 10:00pm (last entry 7:30pm)

Minimum Age: 12

Nearly 2 Hours of Classic Clapton from the world’s No1 Eric Clapton Tribute band.

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CLASSIC CLAPTON performed by After Midnight on Monday 18th November 2019

After Midnight’s 34th Anniversary Concert

CLASSIC CLAPTON the World's No1 Eric Clapton Tribute Band featuring front-man Mike Hall will be making a welcome return to Playhouse Whitley Bay in November. This time, they will be celebrating their 34th Anniversary.

The band will be performing at Playhouse Whitley Bay on Monday 18 November at 7.30pm. Tickets are £17.50 (subject to booking fee) from the box office - Tel: 0844 248 1588, on-line at If you purchase tickets on-line from Ticketmaster there is a booking fee of £2.85 per ticket. At the venue box office the price is £17.50 + 65p facility fee.

This will be a special concert to celebrate the anniversary of After Midnight’s first ever gig which took place in Newcastle 34 years ago. The band has a huge following in North Tyneside so demand should be high. Fans are therefore advised to book early!

They will perform all of EC's classic songs including Wonderful Tonight, Tears in Heaven, Crossroads, I Shot The Sheriff, Lay Down Sally, Cocaine and of course Layla! There will even be an “UNPLUGGED” segment.


Music Genres: 

60s, 70s, Blues, Covers Band/Tribute Act, Rock

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