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Swindon Arts Centre welcomes Brotherhood of Man on 4th October

PUBLISHED: 21:09 18 May 2012 | UPDATED: 21:24 20 February 2013

Swindon Arts Centre welcomes Brotherhood of Man on 4th October

Swindon Arts Centre welcomes Brotherhood of Man on 4th October

As the UK prepares to launch into a Eurovision frenzy and back crooner Englebert Humpledink next week, the Swindon Arts Centre are thrilled to announce that they are set to welcome previous UK Eurovision Song Contest winners Brotherhood of Man

As the UK prepares to launch into a Eurovision frenzy and back crooner Englebert Humpledink next week, the Swindon Arts Centre are thrilled to announce that they are set to welcome previous UK Eurovision Song Contest winners Brotherhood of Man on 4th October.


Englebert has the tough challenge of singing first in this years contest. Brotherhood of Man proved back in 1976 that it is possible to walk away winners from that very position when they stormed to victory representing the UK in the Netherlands with their best known hit Save Your Kisses For Me. They then hit the No.1 spot for 6 weeks running in the UK charts giving them a double victory and giving them worldwide recognition.


Still featuring the original award winning Brotherhood of Man line up The Seventies Story takes you on a fun packed romp through the seventies recalling the songs, TV, films and fashions of the day featuring almost 100 songs and themes including their 3 No.1s, Save Your Kisses for Me , Angelo and Figaro and many more.


So dig out your 70s gear and sing along to the classics. Rave reviews mean this show is not to be missed!


To book tickets call the box office on 01793 614837 or book online at www.wegottickes.com/swindonartscentre


Tickets 16, Concession 14


Swindon Arts Centre, Devizes Road, Old Town, Swindon SN1 4BJ
Tel 07786 020958


www.swindon.gov.uk/artscentre


www.facebook.com/swindonartscentre


www.facebook.com/museumandartgallery


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