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The Bee Gees were the bee's knees

PUBLISHED: 18:59 14 May 2008 | UPDATED: 13:11 11 August 2010

WHY stay in when you could be stayin alive with one of the best Bee Gees tribute band in the country. For one night only The UK Bees Gees will be appearing at the Broadway Theatre in Barking to perform favourite hits from the swinging 70 s. It is all p

WHY stay in when you could be "stayin' alive" with one of the best Bee Gees tribute band in the country.

For one night only The UK Bees Gees will be appearing at the Broadway Theatre in Barking to perform favourite hits from the swinging 70's.

It is all part of the Broadway's Big Night Out season this spring and summer featuring music from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's.

This Saturday May 17 at 8pm Jive Talkin' The Bee Gees Story comes to the stage in Barking to delight disco fans of all ages.

The UK Bee Gees are a convincing cover band and their voices can reach heights that will have you believing the Bee Gees really are on stage.

They have actually performed live on stage with the Bees Gees in the past and have sung live in Las Vegas to an audience of thousands.

Formerly known as The Bees Knees, The UK Bee Gees are Darren Simmons as Barry Gibb, Gary Simmons as Robin Gibb and Jarrod Loughlin as Maurice Gibb.

The UK Bee Gees have gone to great lengths to be certain that not only is the music accurate, but try to look and act every inch the Gibb brothers.

All the great songs are delivered with pitch perfect harmonies and the Bee Gees look, mannerisms and the dry humour are all faithfully re-created.

The band performs hit songs faithfully such as You Should Be Dancing, How Deep Is Your Love, Night Fever and Stayin Alive.

The members of the UK Bee Gees have worked together since 1990 and have performed all over the world so do not miss your chance to see them in Barking.

If you would like tickets call the box office on 020 8507 5607 or visit www.thebroadwaybarking.com.


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