Boy band 911 to play Stevenage

14:32 20 March 2014

Boy band 911 is set to play Stevenage

Boy band 911 is set to play Stevenage

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A pop group is making its comeback live in Stevenage.

Fans can expect some 90s nostalgia as boy band 911 play the Gordon Craig Theatre next Sunday.

The group will perform hits such as Bodyshakin’ and Don’t Make Me Wait.

The band, who reformed after appearing on ITV’s The Big Reunion, have gone from strength to strength after selling out a 16 date UK area tour.

Frontman Lee Brennan said: “It’s great for us all to be back together and playing shows again.

“There was a period after we broke up where the guys all felt some animosity towards one another but now that we’ve come back together we’re doing better than ever and just want to give it our all. It couldn’t have worked out better.”

The boys will play from 7.30pm onwards. Tickets cost £23 or you can buy limited VIP tickets for £56 which include front block seating and a meet-and-greet after the show.

Visit www.gordon-craig.co.uk for more information.

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