New Season Music Tributes Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts

Louis Hoover: Salute to Sinatra 100
Saturday 10 October, 7.30, Concert Hall, £25, £22.50

One Night of Queen
Friday 20 November, Concert Hall, 7.30, £19.50

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac
Thursday 26 November, Concert Hall, 7.30, £23.50, £22.50

Buddy Holly & the Cricketers
Saturday 28 November, Concert Hall, 7.30, £19.50

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Proof positive that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery some of the 20th century’s most memorable popular music is faithfully recreated at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, this autumn in the uncanny company of a wonderful bill of critically acclaimed tribute artists.

Celebrating the centenary of Frank Sinatra’s birth, the co-creator and star of West End smash The Rat Pack, Louis Hoover brings his one-man show, Salute to Sinatra 100, to town on 10 October. Backed by a 17-piece Hollywood orchestra, Louis presents a full concert performance packed with the classic arrangements of the songs that made the Sinatra legend.

We can only imagine what Frank Sinatra made of Freddie Mercury and his band, but Queen fans will be eager to experience One Night of Queen in the company of Stars in their Eyes winner Gary Mullen and his top notch band The Works on 20 November.

With the original band back together and touring the world’s biggest arenas, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac (26 November) offers fans the opportunity to see and hear a brand new show that recreates every era from one of rock’s greatest catalogues live on stage up close and personal.

Asmuch a part of Christmas as mince pies and mistletoe, Buddy Holly and the Cricketers’ Holly at Christmas show rings in the Yuletide festivities on 28 November with a rock ‘n’ rollercoaster show that wraps up all the classic Buddy Holly hits with a fine selection of period classics and some genuine Christmas crackers in a fast, furious and funny feast of entertainment that’s fine for all the family.