September Nights to Remember

Staff Reporter (26 August, 2021)

Plenty of laughs and top tribute acts

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There’s plenty of laughs to be had at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley this September, alongside some brilliant music tribute shows that will leave you wanting to dance and sing the night away.

Local Bromley legend Rob Beckett will be back at the Churchill Theatre on Sun 5 and Mon 6 September to perform another two sold shows as part of his Wallop UK tour. Al Murray, everybody’s favourite pub landlord, then follows swiftly behind with his new show The Landlord of Hope and Glory on Tue 7 September.

Nathan Caton, star of Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, will lead the bill of Comedy Round Mine on Sat 11 September, alongside Perrier Award Winner Dan Antopolski, Mary Bourke and MC Alyssa Kyria aka Ariadne the Greek WAG. Featuring the best comics in the UK and taking place in the Lounge, keep your eyes peeled as Comedy Round Mine announces a brand new line up each month.

The guy everyone can do an impression of, Josh Widdicombe, is back with a brand new show that will change your life on Sun 19 September. Bit much? Well, it’ll definitely be a very funny night of grumbles and jokes in which Josh tackles plenty of hot comedy topics.

If you’re looking for some incredible four-part harmonies, roof-raising falsetto, and energetic and stylish choreography, look out for Bye Bye Baby, the jaw-dropping tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons on Thu 2 September. Featuring over 30 of Valli’s greatest hits, this show makes sure you’ll have a night to remember.

The hugely popular West End hit Whitney: Queen of the Night is back in Bromley on Wed 8 September. Celebrating the music and life of one of the greatest singers of our time, expect an unmissable evening that takes audiences on a magical rollercoaster ride through three decades of songs from the Queen of Pop. 

Also direct from London’s West End, The Simon & Garfunkel Story on Sat 11 September is a critically acclaimed concert style theatre show that follows the life and career of one the world’s most successful music duos. Featuring all the hits such as Mrs Robinson, Bridge Over Troubled Water and Scarborough Fair, The Simon & Garfunkel Story is a powerful and moving concert not to be missed.

The Drifters are back in Bromley on Mon 13 September after sell out performances in 2018 and 2019. With a brand new show featuring all of their classic songs from the last six decades, come and see this current line-up in all their glory. 

Relive the raw excitement of the UK’s very first multi-artist Rock’n’Roll tour with Be Bop A Lula on Wed 15 September. Starring the giants that are Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Billy Fury and Buddy Holly, Be Bop A Lula recreates the on stage antics that took place during the legendary era of 1950s Rock’n’Roll. 

If you’re more of a Rolling Stones fan then The Rolling Stones Story on Thu 16 September is the perfect show for you. At the forefront of British Rock’n’Roll since the 1960s, the Rolling Stones’s live shows during their Golden Age were legendary and this high energy concert relives these incredible moments as they perform hits like Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Honky Tonk Woman and Start Me Up. 

Celebrate the songs of music royalty The Bee Gees with You Win Again on Fri 17 September. Prepare to experience the distinct sound of one of the greatest bands of all time as you immerse yourself in the brothers’ music through the sixties, seventies and eighties. Complete with stunning light and video show, this breath-taking concert spectacular will take you on a musical journey through all your favourite songs.

Fastlove, the world’s favourite George Michael tribute show, returns to the Churchill Theatre on Sat 18 September for the brand new Everything She Wants tour. Relive all the old classics from Wham, right through his glittering career as you experience the power, emotion and star quality of one of the greatest musicians the world has ever seen.

The Churchill Theatre, High Street, Bromley, BR1 1HA

Check website for full details: churchilltheatre.co.uk

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