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Is this the way to Bishop's Cleeve?

Chart-topping singer Tony Christie will be making his way to Bishop's Cleeve later this year for an intimate concert at the Tithe Barn.

The 77-year-old Yorkshire-born crooner will be performing at the intimate venue on Sunday, October 24, and tickets are on sale now.

Tony is best known for his hit song (Is This the Way to) Amarillo?, first released in 1971, which in 2002 was used in the TV comedy series Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights, leading to a resurgence in his popularity. The song was re-released on 14 March 2005 to raise money for Comic Relief and reached Number 1 in the UK Singles Chart.

Tony will be performing all of his greatest hits with his amazing band, so be prepared for the likes of Avenues & Alleyways, Walk Like A Panther and I Did What I Did For Maria

Anyone booking can be assured that the concert will only take place if it is allowed and should the show have to be cancelled, everyone will receive a full refund.

Don't miss your chance to see a true legend in the beautiful surroundings of Cleeve Tithe Barn.

For tickets, go to www.cleeveconcerts.com  or call the box office on 0333 666 3366.

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