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60s stars Marmalade at Marina

PUBLISHED: 16:38 07 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:14 03 July 2010

THERE'S a quintessential 1960s line up packed with nostalgia and hits at Lowqestoft's Marina Theatre later this month.

Appearing on Sunday, October 25 are The Tremeloes, The Marmalade and The Dreamers.

THERE'S a quintessential 1960s line up packed with nostalgia and hits at Lowqestoft's Marina Theatre later this month.

Appearing on Sunday, October 25 are The Tremeloes, The Marmalade and The Dreamers.

The Tremeloes were probably the most popular 60's band still touring all over the world today. Hits included including Twist and Shout, Do You Love Me, Here Comes My Baby, Be Mine, Helule Helule, Even Bad Times Are Good, Angel Of The Morning and the internationally acclaimed Silence Is Golden.

With their unique harmonies and dynamic live energetic performances The Marmalade have from the 60's through to the present day delighted the record buying public. They have achieved multi-million selling number 1 records Ob La Di Ob La Da, Reflections Of My Life and Lovin' Things, as well as Cousin Norman, Back On The Road Again, and Radancer.

After splitting with Freddie Garrity in 1986, The Dreamers went on to build their own reputation as more than just a backing group and have established themselves as one of the most-seen 60's groups on the circuit today. This is a definite feel good factor band. Their songs include I'm Telling You Now, If You Make A Fool Of Somebody, You Were Made For Me, I love You Baby and I Understand.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are available from the box office on 01502-533200 or online at www.marinatheatre.co.uk


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