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The Sixties Invasion Tour Headlined by Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich at Middlesbrough Theatre

By Published January 17, 2019

THE Sixties Invasion Tour headlined by Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich is heading to Middlesbrough Theatre on Friday, February 15.

Three world famous bands that made British pop music the best in the world will take the audience on a magical rollercoaster ride to the most exciting musical time in history, with endless hits from the 60s and early 70s.

Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich (pictured, below) scored a UK number one hit in 1968 with The Legend of Xanadu, with combined sales in excess of a million copies.

Their other top 10 UK hits included HideawayHold Tight!Bend It!Save Me!Touch MeZabadak! and Last Night in Soho.

Bend It! - inspired by music from the film sound track of Zorba the Greek later used in an episode ofFuturama  - was a big hit in Europe, reaching number one in Germany.

The tour - hailed as the best sixties show touring the UK - is supported by The Tornados and The Foundations.

The Tornados – best known for worldwide hit Telstar - offer the ultimate rock’n’roll experience with a highly polished performance endorsed by no less a legend than Sir Paul McCartney.

The Foundations, led by founder member and lead guitarist Alan Warner, deliver a fast-paced, exciting show, packed with hits including Baby Now I’ve Found You and Build Me Up Buttercup as well as rarer numbers from the original group’s catalogue.

At the end of the three-hour show band members will be available for a meet and greet or to sign autographs.

  • To book tickets for The Sixties Invasion on Friday, February 15 or for more information, contact the Box Office on 01642 81 51 81 or book online at www.middlesbroughtheatre.co.uk  
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