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Relive the sensational Sounds of the 60s

Where: Stroud Subscription Rooms

When: Saturday, February 23, 8pm

Experience the Sounds of the 60s with the spectacular sounds of The Zoots!

The show that's wowing audiences around the world, selling out and headlining venues from the Palladium to Old Trafford, is coming to Stroud Subscription Rooms on February 23.

The Zoots are here to make your whole family bop to the 60s beats that everybody loves - with legendary numbers by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, Elvis and dozens more of your favourite artists.

Feel the groove that's thrilling audiences of stage and screen in more than 30 countries! Discover why national critics call The Zoots "Impressive", "Authentic" and "Impossible Not To Like".

Tickets for the Subs Rooms gig are £17.50 (£15.50 concessions) and available from the box office on 01453 760900 or online at www.subscriptionrooms.org.uk/whats-on/sounds-of-the-60s/ 

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