For lovers of Sixties music the ultimate and probably never repeated line up 60s Gold is at the Assembly Hall, Worthing at 7.30 pm tomorrow (Thursday October 16th).
Featuring record breaking Merseybeat band The Pacemakers, the first act to reach No. 1 and the first act ever to top the charts with their first three singles.
Worthing Theatres regret that Gerry Marsden is unable to join us due to ill health, but are delighted to announce Spencer Davis, who will appear in his place. Spencer boasts a string of hits from 1964 to 1968 including the No.1s Keep On Running and Somebody Help Me as well as Top the Top 10 hits Gimme Some Loving and I’m A Man.
Also from Liverpool and tipped to be as big as The Beatles, The Searchers’ first single also went to No. 1 and led to five more Top 5 hits and a total of 128 weeks in the charts.
Controversial, ponytailed P.J. Proby, whose trouser splitting shocked the nation, was a Melody Maker teen idol award winner in 1964 and spent 91 weeks in the charts.
The Fortunes stormed the Top 10 with You’ve Got Your Troubles, Here It Comes Again, Freedom Come Freedom Go and Storm in a Teacup.
And finally, Brian Poole and Chip Hawkes. On stage together bringing you the very greatest hits of The Tremeloes.
Tickets are priced at £30.50.
The Assembly Hall is in Stoke Abbot Road, Worthing.