Keith Slater’s 60s Music Celebration on Wednesday 4th July, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, at St Andrews Town Hotel, St Andrews Drive off Worcester Road
Welcome Back to the 1960s with an exciting, fast paced show produced, directed and compiled by Paul James (Zoom Motion) and featuring Keith Slater.
Cost: £10. No refunds unless the event is cancelled.
Pay at the door on entry, or click HERE to purchase your tickets online.
Alternatively, tickets can be purchased from Keith Slater phone 07830 357886, from Rhys Jones phone 07787 227 390, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Turn on, tune in, and drop out as we take you on a musical journey through one of the most inventive and influential decades of our times. The “Swinging Sixties”, the decade that gave us the Mini Car, The Mini Skirt, The World Cup, ….. and Teenagers! A tribute to a decade that shaped a generation. From Rock ‘n Roll to psychedelia, from segregation to the summer of love and beyond.
To see a short video about the show, click here
Keith Slater has been a professional musician since 1981 when he toured the then flourishing cabaret clubs all over the country. Since then Keith has toured extensively around the British Isles. He has appeared on national TV and radio. Keith works regularly with Carl Chinn (Historian), Malcolm Stent, Don Maclean, and award winning bands Inheritance and Vivo where he sings, plays guitar, drums, violin, and harmonica… obviously not all at the same time! Alongside his busy touring schedule Keith has been successfully working in day centres and residential homes for the elderly and adults with learning disabilities, running music workshops as entertainment and therapy since 1991.
Last year Keith Slater performed his very successful Sinatra Celebration to a sell-out audience as part of Droitwich ArtsFest 2017.
If you want a meal at the hotel before the event, please make a reservation by calling the St Andrews Town Hotel on 01905 779 677.
Preferential room rates are available if you need overnight accommodation. State that you are attending Keith Slater’s 60s Celebration.