Tributes to legendary musicians

PUBLISHED: 21:00 20 September 2018

The New Jersey Boys will perform at the Princess Theatre.

The New Jersey Boys will perform at the Princess Theatre.


Musical tributes to Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons, Showaddywaddy and more will be performed in Burnham tomorrow (Friday) evening.

The New Jersey Boys will return to the Princess Theatre, in Princess Street, at 7.30pm.

The group re-located back to the South West in 2014 after working in Spain for seven years.

They have toured Britain and have also been to Brazil for the Royal Caribbean on The Mariner of The Seas in its Savoy theatre, regularly performing to audiences of more than 1,000 people.

The choreographed show, featuring the falsetto voice of Einar Vestman and comedy from entertainer Gary Gould also form part of the two-set programme.

There will also be tributes to other legendary performers including Elton John, Freddie Mercury and Tina Turner.

Tickets, priced £17, are available from or on 01278 784464.

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