Through The Decades
Prepare to be wowed by three Original bands as they take you on a journey ‘through the Decades’. Beginning with the Swinging 60s, then see them seamlessly moving up to the Motown 70s and Iconic 80s, with stunning back-projection taking you through the years. We guarantee to get you boogying the night away, a show not to be missed.
Over 16 years since the breakup of The Animals and Animals II in 2001, three of the original and founder band members of ‘Hilton Valentine’s Animals’, ‘The Animals’, and ‘Animals II’ (who were ultimately responsible for the successful reincarnation of The Animals in the 1990’s featuring Hilton Valentine and John Steel) still all continue to perform and tour together, keeping the 40 year heritage of the band based within its Tyneside roots, and continue their legacy of The Animals with the third Generation of the band. Featuring the hits, House of the Rising Sun, you Gotta Get out of this place, Boom Boom and many more.
Freddie & The Dreamers emerged as part of the ’60s British Pop Invasion, good-natured and up-beat Manchester clowns scoring a number of hits on both sides of the Atlantic including If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody, I’m Telling You Now and You Were Made For Me’. The band toured until 1968 and broke up not too long after that. Frontman Freddie Garrity reformed an all-new Freddie and the Dreamers in 1976, the band continued to tour until Garrity’s retirement in 2000 due to ill-health, when they changed their name to The Dreamers.
Carnaby Street are a 5 piece band, covering all the swinging 60s hits, from The Who, The Stones, The Beatles, Manfred Mann and many more, they will take you on a ride right back to your 60s memories.
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Prepare to be wowed by three Original bands as they take you on a musical journey.
Rich in heritage and opulence, this Grade II listed jewel in the heart of cosmopolitan Cheltenham sets a dramatic, inspiring backdrop for any event. Imagine the dances and music of years gone by, while enjoying popular live music, comedy, festivals and exhibitions. Visit us to dine or drink in our Regency Café or Imperial Garden Bar too.
The Cheltenham Town Hall is currently closed.