A "fantastic night" of live music is set to the hit the stage at Britain's most easterly theatre in the coming days.

After sell out shows at several theatres across East Anglia, Free and Company - one of the UK’s finest tribute bands to classic rock giants 'Free' and 'Bad Co.' - will perform at the Players Theatre, Lowestoft on Saturday, April 22.

The band was formed by local musicians Ian Cook and Toby Jones who met at primary school back in the 1970s - and they are still playing all the hits from these two great bands.

Local drum teacher, Matt Furness, is the drummer in the band, with the show featuring all the classic hits and deep cuts lovingly recreated to spirit you back to the 1970s.

A spokesman for the Players Theatre said: "It’s going to be another fantastic night of live music at Britain’s most easterly theatre."

Tickets to see Free and Co are available online or by calling the box office on 01502 770020.

The doors and bar for the Theatre will open at 7.30pm, with live music at 8pm.