Smokie are appearing at Darlington Hippodrome on Thursday, March 22nd and is certainly a show not to be missed. From their landmark ballad of unrequited love, 'Living Next Door to Alice', to more chart-topping hits like 'Lay Back in the Arms of Someone', 'If You Think You Know How to Love Me' as well as 'Oh Carol' and 'I'll Meet You at Midnight' to name but a few, their success story has continued to flourish. With sold-out tours around the globe, platinum-selling albums over the course of five decades, and over 25 million albums sold worldwide, Smokie are one of the most successful bands in the world today. Don't miss your chance to see Smokie live in the UK in 2018! Although the band are from Bradford their drummer, Steve Pinnell, is a Boro lad! Show time is at 7.30pm and there’s more details about the show on Darlington Hippodrome website.

The ultimate feel good show “All Our Yesterdays” is at Middlesbrough Theatre on Wednesday, April 4th. Presented by Timeless Theatre Productions it’s another sensational show from the producers of ‘Memory Lane’, ‘Rolling back the Years’ and ‘Memories are made of This’. One of the biggest shows of its kind in the UK, taking the audience on a breathtaking musical journey through the 50’s, 60’s, and some of the brilliant sounds of the 1970’s. Including songs by Barry Manilow, Buddy Holly, Frank Sinatra, Petula Clark, The Drifters, Elvis Presley, Abba, Queen and many more. Over 160 amazing costumes and choreographed for each decade, performed by ‘West End’ and international vocalists, along with the stunning ‘Timeless Showgirls’. Show times are at 2.30pm & 7.30pm and tickets are £15/Concessions £14. Matinee £10.50 (Includes Booking Fees). For more information be sure to visit the Middlesbrough Theatre website.

“Rumours of Fleetwood Mac - 40 Years of Rumours” is at Darlington Hippodrome on Thursday, April 5th. Performing the legendary Rumours album note-for-note and in its entirety - plus much much more! Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, the world's finest tribute to Fleetwood Mac, returns to the stage in 2018 with a brand new show celebrating 40 years of the iconic Rumours album. Encompassing nearly five decades of legendary music and channeling the spirit of Fleetwood Mac at their very best, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac offer a unique opportunity for fans both old and new to rediscover the songs and performances that have ensured Fleetwood Mac's place as one of the most loved bands of all time. Personally endorsed by Fleetwood Mac founding member, Mick Fleetwood, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac is the ultimate tribute to one of rock and roll's most remarkable groups. Show time is at 7.30pm and more information can be seen on the Darlington Hippodrome website.

Meat Loaf Story

The Moat Loaf Story visits Darlington Hippodrome on Monday, April 9th. Steve Steinman, the creative force behind the hugely successful Vampires Rock, returns with this epic musical concert delivering the best of the best from Meat Loaf's Bat Out Of Hell record breaking album. With incredible stage set, superb band and Steve Steinman's unique sense of humour and stage presence, the show will have you up on your feet and dancing in the aisles to all the greatest Meat Loaf hits - Paradise by the Dashboard Light, Took the Words Right Out of my Mouth, Anything For Love, Dead Ringer For Love and Bat Out of Hell, to name just a few. Show time is at 7.30pm and for further details, or to book on line, visit the Hippodrome website.

Middlesbrough Town Hall is poised to throw open its doors in May to welcome people from across the North East for previews of its £7.7m refurbishment. The popular venue has undergone the biggest refurbishment in its 129-year history, restoring rarely seen elements of the Grade II listed building and giving new energy to what Council leaders are calling a Town Hall for the 21st Century.

Middlesbrough Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund have funded the capital investment project which has meant the Town Hall has been closed to the public for almost two years while painstaking restorations have taken place which will reveal the true splendour and heritage of the building. Areas never previously accessible have been restored, including a Victorian courtroom sitting alongside the 1,600-seater auditorium and the venue is already gearing up for an opening month that sees the likes of Bruckner Linz Orchestra, Jon Richardson, Russell Brand and Jools Holland visiting the town with the ever-popular Status Quo all set to appear in July.

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