Showaddywaddy - Tickets
The Lemon Tree
PLAYHOUSE Whitley Bay
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Harpenden Public Halls
|Showaddywaddy||BURY ST EDMUNDS|
Apex Arts Centre
Sale Waterside Arts Centre
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An incredible live show - acclaimed the world over!
Showaddywaddystars, from 3 Fan reports
Whitley Bay - Whitley Bay Playhouse
BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!! from Gillian Walker G, 01/02/14Fabulous, brilliant, excellent show, took me back to when I was 15. Never sat down, danced all night, full house, please please let me know when they are due back, will book again. Yeah!!! xx to the band,worlds best rock and roll ba aa aa and !!
Whitley bay - Whitley bay playhouse
Sensational night with showaddywaddy from Margaretorr, 29/01/14Went to see showaddywaddy on Saturday they were fantastic,the show was electric. The boys work their socks off all night, the music makes you feel so alive,you just want to dance .if you have never seen them you dont know what you are missing.i am looking for the next show. Once you have seen them you want more and more, they are like a drug.all ages go to see them ,and everyone is up clapping and dancing. Bring them on again.they are the best drug you would ever need. I love them all.they get you up on stage to dance with them. After the show we go to the stage door ,and they talk to you , they make you feel really wanted as fans.
Newcastle - Playhouse Whitley Bay
SORRY MY WIFE WAS ILL SO DID NOT GO from Paul Holder, 29/01/14A couple of friends went and had a good evening, we couldnt go so lost the price of 2 tickets! Sad as we had seen them in the past and they were very entertaining, so expected a good evening.
About this Artist
The band was formed in 1973 by the amalgamation of two groups, Choise and the Golden Hammers, the latter often known simply as 'The Hammers'. This led to an eight-member band, with the unusual feature of having two vocalists, two drummers, two guitarists, and two bassists. They both played at the Fosse Way pub in Leicester and soon discovered share...