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Gary Mullen continues success with One Night of Queen
Gary Mullen and The Works visit Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre on June 6 with their acclaimed tribute to the music and spectacle of Queen in concert.
Since Gary won Stars in Their Eyes in 2000 then formed his band The Works in 2002, they have performed over 150 shows each year across the world. Taking inspiration from rock band Queen, they not only perform all the greatest hits from Bohemian Rhapsody to Fat Bottomed Girls and Don’t Stop Me Now but also embrace the pomp and ceremony associated with Freddie Mercury’s on-stage persona.
Gary had been a life-long Queen fan before taking part in Stars in Their Eyes andhis acclaim as a Freddie Mercury performer has led him to record radio, television and computer game voiceovers as Freddie. His renown even reached a level which inspired Queen guitarist Brian May to personally invite Gary to a Queen and Paul Rodgers show in Cardiff.
In addition to Gary performing lead vocals, David Brockett performs as Brian May on guitar and vocals, Billy Moffatt as John Deacon on vocals and bass, Jonathan Evans as Roger Taylor on drums and vocals, as well as Malcolm Gentles on keyboards.
Just the Ticket
There’s no business like show business and each week we’re going to put one lucky listener in the spotlight by giving away a pair of tickets to a production at one of Worthing’s wonderful theatres.
The home of the very best shows on the touring circuit, and with something to suit all ages and theatrical tastebuds, at Worthing Theatres you can be assured of star treatment.
All you need to do is register your details below and then a winner will be drawn every Thursday. If your name is drawn then you’ll win the tickets for this weeks chosen show. (See above)
To find out more about what’s on at Worthing Theatres visit www.worthingtheatres.co.uk