Heading back to Trelawne Manor is our fabulous 60s weekend 28th-30th September
Returning for the fourth year is our all singing all dancing 60s weekend, with some fantastic acts including; The Dakotas, The Fortunes, Chris Farlowe and many more!
Trelawne Manor 28th- 30th September 2018
Friday 28th September
The Dakotas' name came from an engagement at the Plaza ballroom in Oxford Street, Manchester. The manager asked the group to return the next week dressed as native American indians and change their name to "The Dakotas"!
They were also one of the first Manchester bands to appear at the legendary Cavern Club in Liverpool.
A great British pop harmony group whose international hits Hitchin’ a Ride and Early in the Morning both sold over a million copies each worldwide and earned them two Gold Discs.
The bands current stage show reflects much of their 45 year history and features their own hits from the 60's & 70's plus a varied selection of the best pop music from the last fifty years.
Vanity Fare is a band whose career began in the late sixties and can still boast having three members who have been working together for more than four decades! Together they make a highly professional group, with an impressive history and an outstanding stage show.
Saturday 29th September
Hailing from Birmingham, England, The Fortunes first came to prominence and international acclaim during that Golden Era of Popular Music - the ‘swinging’ mid-sixties.
Following on in the wake of Merseybeat, and the R&B of The Stones, etc, The Fortunes added another dimension to the sound of the classic pop song with their special ingredients of sophisticated orchestration, dual lead vocals, and stylish counter-melodies.
The group remain as popular as ever, and are constantly in demand to do TV and radio shows, along with their live concerts. They recently toured Canada, had shows in Sweden, Holland, Belgium and Germany, cruised on one of Fred Olsen’s liners, and played ‘The Cannery Casino’ in Las Vegas!
Chris Farlowe was born John Henry Deighton in Islington, North London on October 13 1940, amidst the rationing, gas masks and bombing raids of WWII.
For Farlowe fanatics everywhere (and they are legion!), he is the consummate rocker, the living embodiment of the star who's seen it all and done most of it, but remains as fresh and enthusiastic as when he started out, over 50 years ago.
Step Inside Love
The Cilla Show - Step inside Love by Kate Bell is an authentic, respectful & professional tribute to the much loved, national treasure Cilla Black who sadly passed away in 2015
Exclusively available through Garston Entertainments, The Cilla Show - Step Inside Love features the amazing vocals and talent of Liverpudlian Kate Bell who will take you back to the golden musical era of 60`s & 70`s.
Sunday 30th September
The group scored two Top 40 hits on the UK Singles Chart in 1968. "Yesterday Has Gone", originally a hit for Little Anthony and The Imperials, reached #4 in June of that year, and "My World" went to #33 in October.
Tom Harding - guitar/vocals & Mike Ellis - keyboards/orchestrations who have both now been with the band continuously for the past twenty years.
Plus the more recent additions of Simon Paul - bass/vocals & Paul Grogan - drums/backing vocals.
The band continues to perform on all the major 60's festivals in the UK and abroad together with appearances for major UK holiday resorts and have also found time to be part of a premier 60's theatre tour for the last six years..