Mon. May 16th, 2022

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The Bohemians Queen tribute

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The Bohemians, a Queen tribute band known all over the world for their powerful live performances, will be giving theatregoers in Shanklin a memorable evening tomorrow.

In a concert organised by Jack Up events, the foursome will be performing cover hits from the start of Queen’s reign to their most popular songs of the ’eighties and ’nineties, including Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions and other favourites from one of the world’s most popular bands.

The Bohemians are from London and, formed in 1996, they have played in venues all over the world including Ireland, Belgium, Holland and China. Rob Comber’s eclectic personality and stage presence makes him the perfect Freddie. Christopher Gregory performs with the Red Special, a guitar designed and built by Queen’s very own Brian May and his father, enabling a sound just like May’s own. Wayne Bourne beats the drums with remarkable talent like Roger Taylor, and Kevin Goodwin provides the renowned Queen bass line.

They are one of the most exciting and energetic Queen tribute bands and will provide the audience with a night to remember.

The Bohemians will be performing live at Shanklin Theatre tomorrow night (Saturday), tickets are £24 online at bit.ly/3sUaJzp. Doors open from 7pm; show runs at 7:30pm-9:45pm, and you can even go dressed as your favourite Queen member!