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One Night of Queen
Rock/Pop
 
30-Nov-05
Metroradio Arena
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Since winning the 'Stars in their Eyes' Grand Final 2000, polling nearly one million votes, Gary Mullen has carved out an excellent live career for himself as the legendry Freddie Mercury. His performance is so astonishing and accurate that Brian May himself has written that Gary bears a remarkable likeness to Freddie, and in more than just voice and appearance on stage.

Gary presents the real live QUEEN experience - the sound and the look, combined with the showmanship, pomp, style and incredible musicianship that was the hallmark of QUEEN in concert. The show features Gary backed by his superb four piece band - THE WORKS - hand picked to emulate Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor.

During the 70’s and 80’s Queen were one of the most popular bands around in the UK and America and gradually had become legends in the rock world. In this amazing concert you will see all of your favourite classic Queen songs such as ‘Somebody to Love’, ‘I Want to Break Free’, ‘We Are the Champions’, ‘Another one bites the dust’ and who could forget the spectacular ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

tickets: £16.50 / £14.50

t: 0870 7000 971
f: 0870 043 0100
e: [email protected]
i:  www.metroradioarena.co.uk










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