Waterside Theatre pays tribute...

March is the month of music at the Waterside, and many of the acts are superb tributes to some of the biggest bands around.

Killer Queen have been performing their tribute to Queen since 1993. Their expert musicianship, extraordinary energy and accurate portrayal of one of the world’s greatest live bands has rightfully earned them a great following.

They bring their energetic stage performance to the Waterside on Wednesday March 25 with tickets at £24.50.

Two days later the Johnny Cash Roadshow sees front man Clive John bring the only show to be endorsed by the Cash family to Aylesbury.

The chemistry of Johnny and his wife June is brought to the stage with accompanying video projection which brings evocative images to each song, all helping to complete the story of the legends’s life.

The show is on Friday March 27, with tickets at £18 and £19.

Two days after that the genre is turned completely on its head with a visit from Radio Clash and the Neville Staple Band on Sunday 29 March.

The show will recreate The Clash sound with the set list performed by the original group on their first headline tour in 1978.

The Clash was supported on that tour 37 years ago by a band called The Coventry Automatics who later became known as The Specials. Exclusively from The Specials, Neville Staple and his Band will perform an all hits set at the Waterside.

Tickets cost £22.50.

Earlier in the month An Intimate Evening with Russell Watson sees the UK’s best selling classical artist, who has performed in front of the Queen and the late Pope John Paul II, bring his top quality voice to the Waterside.

Aylesbury Choral Society will perform live on stage with Russell, his musical director and a stunning string quartet on Tuesday March 24. Tickets £28 - £45.

Turning from song to dance, Essence of Ireland visits town on Thursday 26 March telling a heartbreaking yet heart warming story set against music and dance from Ireland, America and Spain. The show includes Irish classics such as Galway Girl, Emigrant Eyes, Tell Me Ma and Irish Rover. Tickets cost £21 - £23.

And the month kicks off with another dance show, when Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag from Strictly Come Dancing bring their sophisticated elegance to the stage with That’s Entertainment on Sunday March 8. Tickets £28.50 - £49.50.

And there’s even something for children, with Up In The Attic on Saturday March 21, an interactive tale created through music and puppetry and aimed at three to six-year-olds. Tickets £7.50.

All tickets are available from the box office at the theatre. They cost more if booked online or over the phone. Call 0844 871 7607 or go to www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury