ELO’s tribute show is simply electrifying

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Touring again due to popular demand, the ELO Experience are giving fans the chance to catch their electric live shows once more.

Expect to hear all the classics on Wednesday (September 5)including Wild West Hero, Shine a Little Love, Confusion, It’s A Living Thing, Telephone Line, Don’t Bring Me Down – and of course Mr Blue Sky.

Born to a musical family, Kate started off as a cocktail pianist in Liverpool before scoring a number two hit in 1981 with More Than In Love.

The multi-talented songstress was also a leading voice on impressions programme Spitting Image for nine years.

Fusing cabaret and comedy into her jazzy Soho Nights show, Kate’s is one performance you don’t want to miss.

For three decades Nine Below Zero have delivered an explosive mix of blues and rock in live performances that never fail to leave their audiences illuminated and exhausted.

After thousands of shows, their incendiary on-stage chemistry has seen the band to sell out venues all over Europe.

Join them at the Wavendon venue as they celebrate 30 years together promoting their new studio album It’s Never Too Late on Sunday (September 9).

Shakatak have enjoyed a level of success and career longevity rarely paralleled in contemporary music, but then Shakatak are a particularly unusual group.

Ronnie Scott’s House Magazine said of Shakatak: “This music still glows as brightly as that first hearing... Shakatak aren’t just a band, they were the soundtrack to our lives” – catch them on Friday (September 7).

For more information about these and any other show in the Stables calendar, visit www.stables.org.

To book tickets, call the box office on 01908 280800.