Wilde Night at Civic as Marty Rocks On!
OVER 50 years in show business and still rocking, pop music legend Marty Wilde is performing at the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on Saturday (June 20) as part of his Born To Rock n Roll tour. Teenager In Love, Donna, Sea of Love and Jezebel
OVER 50 years in show business and still rocking, pop music legend Marty Wilde is performing at the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on Saturday (June 20) as part of his Born To Rock 'n' Roll tour.
Teenager In Love, Donna, Sea of Love and Jezebel are just a few of the hits that established Marty as the UK's leading rock 'n' roll singer of the late 50s and early 60s. His 13 consecutive hit records stayed in the charts for a total of 117 weeks.
Audiences are still enjoying Marty Wilde and The Wildcats live on stage today with a classic line up of top numbers including Endless Sleep, Dream Lover, Bad Boy, Rubber Ball and many more.
Marty is an icon of the British rock 'n' roll movement and he gives an electric performance celebrating the brilliance of an era that inspired British youth culture and shaped the future of the British music scene. The show is packed full of memories, anecdotes and homage to his contemporaries.
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Living up to the spirit of the age, Marty's superb vocals have audiences on their feet and dancing to his hits.
Tickets for Marty Wilde and The Wildcats are on sale now at the Chelmsford Theatres box office on 01245 606505 or online at www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres and cost �19 and �17 with concessions at �17 and �15.
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Full time students and registered unemployed can take advantage of the theatre's �5 ticket.