Smash hit show is heading to King's Lynn Corn Exchange
West End show Be Bop a Lula presents a slice of rock’n’roll history in a tribute to the giants of Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Billy Fury, and Buddy Holly.
In 1960, American rockers Eddie and Gene flew in from the States and were joined by British heartthrob Billy for the UK’s very first multi-artist rock’n’roll tour.
Theatregoers are invited to re-live these seminal concerts in the company of incredible singers and a band said to be tighter than a pair of your tightest drainpipe trousers.
Pete Tobit, producer said: "Reviewers were appalled by the on-stage antics. Audiences screamed their approval. British youth culture was born!”
"And there’s more. Buddy Holly’s live tours were equally responsible for introducing rock’n’roll to the UK.
"Be Bop a Lula is a real doozer of a stage show."
Cochran’s legendary guitar riffs, Vincent’s menacingly moody stage presence, Fury’s smouldering looks and soaring vocals, and Holly’s good-time rock’n’roll are promised.
The show is on Sunday, November 21, at 7.30pm at the Alive Corn Exchange.