Bon Jovi

Friday 10th October  7.30pm


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Bon Jovi the greatest stadium rock band of all time is now re-created in theatres by the sensational Bon Jovi Experience. Lead singer Tony Pearce takes on the noteworthy task of emulating the legendary namesake of the band Jon Bon Jovi and he does so with ease and panache. As the only tribute band in the world to have shared the stage with the real McCoy, fans who saw them perform together could have testified that there were twins on stage, so much does he resemble the American rock star.

Indulge in an evening of music that sold 120million albums worldwide and won the band a place in the UK Music Hall Of Fame. This show includes all the hits: Livin’ On A Prayer, You Give Love A Bad Name, Keep The Faith, Bed Of Roses, Always, Bad Medicine, It’s My Life and many, many more.


‘The best tribute I have ever seen’ 
Jon Bon Jovi



Tickets:        £18.50

Roy Orbison

Thursday 16th October   7 .30pm

Region Capture


If you love good music, then this is the show for you as Barry Steele presents his all live spectacular Multi Media Tribute to The Big O, featuring classic Orbison hits from the 60’s right through to the Late 80’s Using both Original and film footage from the era, and backed by his fabulous band, Barry Steele will bring the life and character of Roy Orbison back to the centre stage, where it truly belongs, as he puts the rock back into The Big O, with his trademark dark rimmed glasses, soaring vocals and Orbison style.

Add to the mix our special star guests tributes to Elvis Presley, Dusty Springfield and Jerry Lee Lewis you have yourself a spectacular fusion of good old “Rock n Roll” and contemporary musical genius all on one stage.

Book yourself a ticket to ride this incredible musical Journey, “It’s not The Big O’ but you simply won’t believe it!

‘True Identikit Brilliance’ – THE STAGE

“Roy Orbison and Friends, this is one heck of a show; Barry Steele is the closest I have seen to the real thing! I should know, I’ve mixed sound for Roy Orbison!” – Charlie North Lewis Tivoli Theatre Manager



Tickets  £19.50




Thursday 23rd October  7.30pm



MICHAEL JACKSON will always be remembered for being the greatest entertainer of all time. Whether it is the classic hits, slick dance moves, glitzy outfits or the magnificent production, it was Michael Jackson who broke the mould and set a standard that can never be reached.

There are several tribute shows to Michael Jackson currently performing around the world, but only ONE production that has gone all the way to bringing a show that will have you believing for a moment, THE LEGEND CONTINUES…

Covering hits over a period of more than 5 decades, this show will have you entertained throughout.


Tickets  £18.50  Concession 16.50


Matthew Ford

Saturday 25th October  7.30pm


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Award-winning vocalist Matthew Ford is widely regarded as the finest big band singer in the UK, broadcasting regularly with the BBC Big Band and the John Wilson Orchestra.
Matthew has built an enviable wealth of experience, performing with the Halle, Philharmonia, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony, BBC and RTE Concert Orchestras.
As a recording artist Matthew is always in demand for sessions and albums, his recent album ‘Portrait’ airing on BBC and RTE Radio.

Matthew works regularly with acclaimed conductor John Wilson, performing at the 2011 BBC Proms in ‘Hooray For Hollywood’, and subsequently touring the UK with the John Wilson Orchestra, something he repeated in November 2013. Matthew also featured on the hit JWO album ‘THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT!’ recorded at Abbey Rd studios.

In 2012 Matt broadcast twice on ‘Friday Night Is Music Night’, performing with John Barrowman and Lee Mead in tributes to Irving Berlin and Gene Kelly.
2013 saw Matt returning to the Royal Albert Hall for his second BBC Proms appearance (Hollywood Rhapsody), perform at the Aldeburgh and Harrogate Festivals, and make his US debut, performing in Hollywood as featured soloist with the John Wilson Orchestra.


Tickets  Call Pat Ford  024 76346950

Just Dance

Sunday 2nd, Monday 3rd & Tuesday 4th November  7.30pm




Students from the Shelby Academy of Performing arts take you through a wonderful mix of Musical Theatre, Classical and the latest Hip Hop routines.


Ticket Contact details: Michelle Wood – 07813686810


Tickets £10.00


Friday 7th November  7.30pm

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19th April 2014 marks 40 years since the release of Showaddywaddy’s debut single “Hey Rock And Roll” , released on Bell Records this day in 1974. Both the A and B side (“You Will Lose Your Love Tomorrow”) were recorded on the same day at The Music Centre, Wembley.

The single went on to sell 420,000 copies, reaching number 2 in the charts, and only being kept off number 1 by Ray Stevens’ ‘The Streak’.

The band promoted the single for the very first time on TV a month later, 16th May 1974 on Kid Jensen’s 45, a week later on 23rd May, Showaddywaddy made their Top Of The Pops debut. The band played “Hey Rock And Roll” on TV a number of times over the years, and the song remains in the live set to this day.


Tickets  £18.50


Great War

Saturday 8th November  7.00pm



In aid of the Royal British Legion and the Mary Ann Evans Hospice



Commemorating the centenary of the start of World War I.


The John Cleveland College Orchestra

The Wigston Brass Band

Spirit of Coventry Drum and Bugle Corps

Mary Ann Evans Singers

Canon Maggs C of E Junior School

Coventry Philharmonic Choir

Plus Guest Artistes


Tickets  £12.00b


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