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Stars to take to Lowestoft stage

PUBLISHED: 12:25 07 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:18 06 July 2010

ROCK fans will be in for a treat next month as two major stars look set to shine in Lowestoft.

The Journal can today reveal that 1970s pop icon Alvin Stardust and One Night of Queen are heading for the Marina Theatre in June.

ROCK fans will be in for a treat next month as two major stars look set to shine in Lowestoft.

The Journal can today reveal that 1970s pop icon Alvin Stardust and One Night of Queen are heading for the Marina Theatre in June.

Tickets go on sale from today for the two special shows as legendary Queen front man Freddie Mercury is brought back to life on Thursday, June 10 with one the UK's hottest and most successful rock shows hits town.

'One Night of Queen' celebrates the music of Mercury as ITV's 'Stars in their Eyes' winner Gary Mullen brings a show that regularly sells out theatres and concert halls across the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.

The show features fantastic hits such as 'We Will Rock You', 'We Are The Champions', 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'Radio GaGa', 'It's A Kind Of Magic' and many more.

Legendary rock n roller Alvin Stardust will appear at the Marina on Sunday, June 20.

After hitting the charts in the 1960s as Shane Fenton and then scoring a series of big hits in the 70s, this special Spring show sees Alvin on the road in support of a new album 'I Love Rock n Roll'

Featuring many of his most popular songs - including My Coo Ca Choo and Jealous Mind - his latest CD features 18 tracks in total with three covers, eight hits and seven brand new songs.

Tickets for both events are now available from the theatre box office on 01502 533200


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