What’s on Manchester: Maximum RnB with The Manfreds Tickets at the Palace Theatre, Manchester
Thursday 24th November 2016
Tickets from £28.75
Join 60’s luminaries The Manfreds, PP Arnold and Zoot Money for a fabulous evening of Rhythm and Blues nostalgia, and some of the greatest hits ever written!
The Manfreds, with an all-star line up of original members Paul Jones, Mike D’Abo, Tom McGuinness and Mike Hugg, plus Rob Townsend, Marcus Cliffe and Simon Currie, will be recreating many of their greatest hits both as part of Manfred Mann and as successful individual artists.
Joining them will be UK soul pioneer PP Arnold, who was an original Ikette with the Ike and Tina Turner Experience before being noticed by Mick Jagger and catapulted to stardom.
The outrageous Zoot Money, founder of The Big Roll Band and one of the fixtures of The Flamingo Club in Wardour Street, epicentre of the birth of 60s RnB, will also be performing in this unique line up.
Featuring all their greatest hits including:
5-4-3-2-1, Do Wah Diddy, The Mighty Quinn, Pretty Flamingo, Up the Junction, Sha La La, Fox On The Run, Handbags & Gladrags, When I’m Dead and Gone, Angel Of The Morning, The First Cut Is The Deepest, Big Time Operator and many more!
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Have you thought about enjoying a wonderful AFTERNOON TEA at the Palace Theatre’s very own Stage Door venue? £15 per person is all it takes to enjoy award-winning cakes and sandwiches from the North’s Famous Slattery Patisserie.
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