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THE IMAGE OF CLIFF & THE SHADOWS – STARRING KYTSUN WOLFE

The Image of Cliff & The Shadows – Starring Kytsun Wolfe
Huntingdon Hall
Friday 20th October at 7.30pm
Tickets £21
Box Office: 01905 611427
www.worcesterlive.co.uk

After Kytsun Wolfe’s sensational success portraying Cliff at the famous London Palladium, he is now bringing this exciting new production to Huntingdon Hall along with his incredible band, The Sounds of The Shadows. Add to the show a special showcase featuring Girls of the Sixties, recreating the hits by Cilla, Dusty, Sandie Shaw, Susan Maughan, Lulu and more, and you have a fantastic toe-tapping trip back in time.

Having sold more than 250 million records worldwide, and with total sales of over 21 million singles in the UK alone, Cliff Richard is the third top-selling artist in UK Singles Chart history, topped only by the Beatles and Elvis Presley. Over a career spanning more than 55 years he has amassed many gold and platinum discs and numerous awards, including three Brit Awards – winning Best British Male twice as well as the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music – and two Ivor Novello Awards. It isn’t difficult to see why Kytsun Wolfe wanted to pay tribute to such an incredible artist.

“Kytsun Wolfe has stolen the hearts of Cliff Richard fans across the country, not only because he looks and sounds so much like their idol, but also because he does it with great style and panache” a spokesperson said. “The fans say Kytsun is Cliff in all but name, and after seeing him on stage, I'm sure you will also agree; he is a wonderful entertainer, gifted with a rare magical quality that sets him aside.”

Kytsun Wolfe began entertaining as a child, and although he was an 'A' student and his parents had an academic career in mind for his future, he had other ideas, and couldn't wait to pursue his ambition to perform professionally. At just 16 he took off and hitched his way to London where he unerringly pounded the streets, determined to fulfil his dream. Of course he took the usual knocks: a bench at Kings Cross Station wasn't the best bed in town. Nevertheless he persisted, and against the odds he found a way into the industry.

Kytsun's likeness to Cliff in the 1970s is extraordinary, but it is not just his looks that parallel the star; it is also his singing voice, his speaking voice and his mannerisms that are so incredibly accurate – in fact, it would be easy to forget that you are not at an actual Cliff and The Shadows concert.

If you are a Cliff fan, or just someone who loves to see exceptional entertainment, The Image of Cliff & The Shadows starring Kytsun Wolfe is not to be missed!

Tickets are available from the Box Office on 01905 611427