Sixties stars The Searchers will headline nostalgia night in Sleaford

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Popular sixties group, The Searchers, will be headlining a night of nostalgia at Sleaford’s Legionnaires Club in Watergate on Sunday, May 11.

The band, famous for such hits as Sugar and Spice, Don’t Throw Your Love Away, Needles and Pins and When You Walk In The Room are just back from a number of dates in Australia and are no strangers to the area having played a hugely popular gig at the Carre Arms Hotel in the town eight years ago. Despite the years they have still got what it takes and have also just done a well received run at Butlins.

The current line up of Scott Ottaway, Frank Allen, John McNally and Spencer James will be supported by fellow sixties favourites, the Union Gap, known for songs like Young Girl and Lady Willpower, plus young performer Little Miss 60s.

You can dance the night away as the acts perform as well as to the sixties disco which will be running in between and after the performers’ slots.

There will be a bar and hot food available. The show starts at 7.30pm until 1am. Tickets are £25 each. Tel: 01522 521181 or 07729097235.

The next sixties show will be on August 9 featuring Marmalade (known for Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da) and The Foundations (Build Me Up Buttercup and Baby Now That I’ve Found You).