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Enjoy Cliff Richard's music for things to do in London
Published: Tuesday 12th of October 2010
The crooner will be taking the audience along on a musical journey that spans his 52-year long career.
Accompanied by a Swing Band, audiences can expect the singer to perform hits such as Devil Woman or Bachelor Boy. Richard will also be singing some of his new songs from his upcoming album Bold as Brass.
The event coincides with the star's 70th birthday and will hold special meaning for both the fans and artiste alike.
This exclusive event will be running right through the week to October 17th, giving a large number of fans the option of catching the musical legend in action.
Visitors interested in catching some theatre while in the capital could also head to the Young Vic to see Gisli Orn Gardarsson's musical and acrobatic adaptation of Goethe's Faust.
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Posted by Georgina Black
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