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Everybody Needs Somebody

When everybody needs somebody to love, then there is little left to consider other than booking yourself a well deserved ticket to see Chicago Blues Brothers at Blackpool’s Grand Theatre this Autumn.

The Chicago Blues Brothers production hits Blackpool town with a vengeance and features the popular classic hits from the cult film. This massive musical has an all British cast and has graced many countries on its run to date.  Sing along to smash hit songs by artists ranging from Aretha Franklin to Cab Calloway and James Brown. The stage set is designed by Spanish artist Jordi Machi.

Backed by a seven-piece band this hugely successful production has Blues, Motown, Soul and Funk all played live alongside the main vocalists of the show. The lead roles are played by Chris Hindle as Jake, and Gareth Davey as Elwood.

The Blackpool leg of this immense tour will hit town on Sunday 17th September, when the Blues are laid down at 7.30pm and tickets cost £23.50. Please contact Blackpool Grand theatre for further information or for bookings at www.blackpoolgrand.co.uk

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