FLARES AND FLOWER POWER

If you loved the 70s then March 21 is the date to save.

Get out the flares and the flower power t-shirts and head to Castle Hill RSL for the 70s Unplugged show.

The ACE award-winning show is crammed with great music, and loads of laughs lead by multi-award-winning entertainer and musical theatre performer Stephen Fisher-King.

Fisher-King has performed in numerous national and international musical theatre productions including Cats, the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Evita, Rocky Horror and Hello Dolly. He’s even sung the national anthem at the State of Origin.

“Everyone knows the music we play and they sing along loudly!” he says. “We’ve also got a video presentation that includes great images of the celebrities of the day, as well as fashion, news and commercials. It’s a real walk down memory lane!”

“We are so excited to come together in this fantastic show. We were thrilled to pick up the ACE Award for Best Production Show because we have so much fun at every performance, and so does the audience.

“The music is great, the cast is great and the audience has a ball as they re-live those glory days when men wear hippy beads and safari suits”

He will be joined on stage by a five-piece band, including award winning performers Chris Connolly and Jo Elms.

The show will feature music by The Eagles, John Denver and Fleetwood Mac, and now, music from Sherbet, ACDC and Led Zeppelin.

The show is for 18 years plus only, at 8.30pm on Saturday, March 21 at Castle Hill RSL, Tickets are: $25 plus booking fee.https://www.castlehillrsl.com.au/entertainment/box-office/70s-unplugged/