The Magic of the Bee Gees at Thaxted Parish Church

PUBLISHED: 10:26 05 January 2017 | UPDATED: 10:26 05 January 2017

The Magic of the Bee Gees

The Magic of the Bee Gees


Top tribute band, The Magic of the Bee Gees, will be at Thaxted Parish Church on Saturday, January 14, raising money for the Church Trust and Dunmow Players.

The band were the first Western artists to play in Iraq for 35 years when they played for British forces there. That was a crowd of 3,000 so they expect to sell out the church.

The audience is invited to get into the spirit of the 70s by wearing clothes from the decade. There will be a prize for the best outfit. There is a licensed bar and the church is heated. No worries about ice on the sequins.

Doors 6.30pm. Show 7.30pm. Tickets £15 from, Thaxted Laundry Room, or Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre in the Market Square 01799 524002,


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