Tuesday 12th November 2019
This musical masterpiece takes us back to 60s Detroit and beyond – when Ike and Tina Turner were rolling on a river, The Spinners were still working their way back and the world held on for Sam and Dave.
There’ll be no hurrying The Supremes and those Motown memories as the tracks of Smokey Robinson’s tears are well and truly retraced. Audiences are guaranteed not to be too proud to beg for more one more from The Temptations before getting their 70s boogie shoes on to hits from Rose Royce, Tavares and The Trammps.
During the late 50s, The Platters were the original African American chart toppers. Hits My Prayer, Twilight Time, I’m Sorry, Harbor Lights, You’ll Never Never Know, It Isn’t Right and Remember When are also million-sellers in their own right.
Who better to revive soul music’s golden years one last time in the must-see show of the year!