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Bee Gees tribute act to bring Irish tour to Strabane

Bee Gees tribute act ‘Stayin Alive’ will be bringing their Irish tour to the Alley Theatre tomorrow night.

Bee Gees tribute act ‘Stayin Alive’ will be bringing their Irish tour to the Alley Theatre tomorrow night.

The fantastic tribute act to The Bee Gees, entitled ‘Stayin Alive’ comes to Alley Theatre tomorrow (Friday, March 3) with their hit show dedicated to the magic of the brothers Gibb.

Now in their 19th year, the band have been astounding audiences all around the world with their uncanny likeness and eerily accurate sound.

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The group, made up of Bill Howard as Barry (vocal/guitar) Jimmy Stanley as Robin (vocal) and Alan Leather as Maurice (keyboards/bass guitar/vocal), continue to excite audiences with their faultless recreation of the distinctive vocals and harmony sounds of the Bee Gees, with timeless classics such as ‘How Deep Is Your Love’, ‘Night Fever’, ‘Tragedy’, ‘Massachusetts’, ‘Gotta Get A Message To You’ as well as many others.

‘Stayin Alive’ have enjoyed many prestigious moments in their time together which have included the grand opening of Saturday Night Fever – The Musical at the London Palladium, screened live by BBC1’s Watchdog. They have also appeared on Channel 5’s Night Fever with Suggs of Madness, BBC1’s Battle Of The Fantasy Bands with hosts Terry Wogan and Ulrika Johnson and Yorkshire TV’s documentary on Batley Variety Club (where the real Bee Gees had actually played 25 years before).

Tickets available from the Alley Theatre Box Office on 028 71 384444 or online at www.alley-theatre.com

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