Stars in his eyes at the Regent
THEY will rock you.Tonight, for one night only, the Ipswich Regent will be transported to the showmanship, pomp and incredible musicianship which was the hallmark of Queen in concert.
THEY will rock you.
Tonight, for one night only, the Ipswich Regent will be transported to the showmanship, pomp and incredible musicianship which was the hallmark of Queen in concert.
Gary Mullen, winner of ITV's Stars in Their Eyes, will be taking the stage as the mercurial Freddie Mercury complete with flamboyant costumes and a four-piece band, The Works, hand-picked to perfectly reflect the dream line-up of Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon.
The 27-year-old Glaswegian has been selling out theatres across the country with his other shows and this is the first time he has brought One Night of Queen to the UK.
Together with a spectacular stage set-up and fantastic special effects this is a chance to re-live the glory days when Queen reigned high as one of the best live bands in the world.
Gary has carved out a career as Freddie since winning the Stars in Their Eyes grand final in 2000. And his performances have shocked and surprised audiences with the accuracy of his voice and the attention to detail throughout the night.
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This is one kind of magic you do not want to miss and there is still time to get tickets.
For more information please call the box office on Ipswich 433100