Get ready to take a trip down the musical memory lane when The Bee Gees – One Night Only show hits the stage in Camden next month.
The tribute show features the Brothers Gibb and their magnificent career with several songs capturing the hearts of generations.
Performer Andy Sutton, who plays Barry Gibb, said fans would not be disappointed with a great entertaining show on offer.
“The show is designed to give the audience a nostalgic trip down memory lane and make them feel like they could be at a Bee Gees Concert,” Mr Sutton said.
“In the true spirit of the Bee Gees there is audience participation and a fair bit of humour.
“The Bee Gees would be one of the hardest acts to cover with those beautiful harmonies, the extremely high singing voice of Barry Gibb and the unique look of the three brothers shows why there was not many other bands out there doing this show,” he said.
The Bee Gees show follows the successful inaugural showing of Camden Musical Society’s Seussical show at Camden Civic Centre.
Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli, said it was fantastic to have so many exciting shows visiting Camden again.
“It is very exciting to have so many great shows coming to the Camden Civic Centre after a hiatus due to the pandemic,” Cr Fedeli said.
“The Bee Gees show will definitely take people back to the disco era and have them singing and dancing all night long.”
The Bee Gees – One Night Only show is on Saturday, May 22 at Camden Civic Centre. For more information and to buy tickets, go to camdenciviccentre.com.au