14 Jun 2019
This month we've announced even more amazing tribute shows heading to York Barbican, including the ultimate tribute show to Queen, an iconic evening of Bowie classics, and even a star-studded 70's show! Take a look at our latest show announcements below:
Join us for a evening of classics from one of the greatest musical decades ever!
From the producers of the West End smash hit 'Rip it Up The 60s', the show features a star-studded cast including Olympic champion Louis Smith, Rachel Stevens (S Club 7) and Melody Thornton (Pussycat Dolls).
Come along & get your groove on to some classic tuners from the 1970's from artists such as Blondie, Abba, The Bee Gees and many more!
Supreme Queen are one of the most recognisable tribute acts in the world, paying tribute to one of the world's greatest ever rock bands.
Fronted by the incredibly talented Scott Maley, the band have played to fans all across the globe, including a memorable show at St. Tropez’s International Queen Convention where they played to over 10,000 people.
This stunning stage show is an absolute must see for Queen fans everywhere!
The Bowie Collective will you take you on an incredible two hour trip through the finest work of David Bowie, recreating his most iconic recordings against a spellbinding backdrop of lights and visuals. From the dark depths of 'Berlin', to the sheer celebration of 'Let’s Dance', the collective will give you the Bowie show you always wanted.
The show has glowing endorsements from the likes of Rick Wakeman (YES) and Mike Garson (The Spiders From Mars), and and one that Bowie fans will never forget!
The infamous Bootleg Beatles return to York Barbican in 2020 after another smash hit show here in April 2019!
The band will be celebrating 40 years since their debut on the West End stage in ‘Beatlemania’, and continue to draw critical acclaim with their flawless recreation of the greatest songbook of all time.
Tracing the Fab Four’s journey through the swinging 60s, every detail is forensically observed from their authentic period costumes and instruments, to their witty stage banter and “inflection perfect” vocals.