By Alan Davies
Sunday, November 3, 2013
QUEEN’S greatest hits will be rocking the audience in Stevenage tonight (Sunday).
Top tribute act Magic will take to the Gordon Craig stage on Sunday at 7.45pm.
Supported by superb quality sound and a massive light show, Magic have performed all over the world – from Gorky Park in Moscow to the London Palladium and at more than 1,000 UK theatre gigs.
They were formed in 1974, just as Queen were reaching the height of their popularity.
As a harmony group performing covers of The Beach Boys, Four Seasons and ELO, Magic soon introduced the music of Freddie Mercury and Queen into their repertoire, performing Bohemian Rhapsody live in their stage show just as it reached number one in the UK charts.
Since 1993, Magic have dedicated a full concert to the music of Freddie Mercury and Queen.
Tickets for Magic – A Kind of Queen at the Gordon Craig cost £17.50, with £1.50 off for concessions.