Sensational 60s night with The Tremeloes and Herman’s Hermits

PUBLISHED: 20:28 20 September 2011 | UPDATED: 20:28 20 September 2011

The Tremeloes

The Tremeloes


LOVERS of 60s music should pop over to Stevenage next month for what promises to be a sensational night of nostalgia.

It’s four for the price of one in the Gordon Craig’s concert hall on Saturday, October 15 as The Sensational 60s Experience starring The Tremeloes, Herman’s Hermits, The Union Gap UK and The Dreamers rolls into town.

Hosted by Alan Mosca, from Freddie and The Dreamers, this quintessential 60s line-up is packed with nostalgia and hits such as Silence is Golden, Twist & Shout, Here Comes My Baby, Do you Love Me, I’m Into Something Good, No Milk Today, Young Girl, Telling You Now and You Were Made For Me, to name but a few.

The new production features more than 25 hits from four of the most influential bands of the era.

The Tremeloes are one of the most popular 60s band still regularly touring the world today.

In 1961, record label Decca auditioned two bands where one would receive a three-year contract. The bands were The Tremeloes and The Beatles and it was the former that emerged with the contract!

The group’s many hits include Here Comes My Baby, Even The Bad Times Are Good and the internationally acclaimed UK number one smash Silence Is Golden.

Herman’s Hermits were another chart-topper from the mid 60s with I’m Into Something Good and the band’s other hits include Silhouettes, No Milk Today and There’s A Kind of Hush.

The Union Gap gained worldwide recognition when Young Girl hit the number one spot in the UK and number two in the USA.

After splitting with Freddie Garrity in 1986, The Dreamers have gone on to established themselves as one of the most seen 60s shows on the circuit.

Tickets cost £20.50 and are available from the box office on 01438 363200 or online at

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