That’ll be the Day at theatre
ONE of the UK’s number one tributes to Buddy Holly is playing Doncaster Civic Theatre next month.
A Legend Reborn revives classic hits Peggy Sue and Oh Boy with star performer Marc Robinson.
It’s a slice of rock ‘n’ roll nostalgia that allows audiences to see Buddy’s legendary legacy live on.
Tickets £19. Call the box office on 01302 342349 to book tickets.
Tickets on sale for indie band
Tickets are now on sale to see indie rock band The Vaccines when their tour calls at Doncaster in November.
Formed in London in 2010, their debut album rocketed to number four in the charts and they were quickly likened to The Strokes and the Ramones.
Steve Parker, of The Dome, said: “This will be a fantastic event for us to host.”
Tickets cost £18.50. Call 01302 370777.
Star comedian to call in town
Yorkshire comedian Paul Tonkinson is bringing his own brand of charm and energy to The Dome.
With a reputation as a first-class live performer, Paul is taking to the road with his eagerly anticipated debut tour.
His TV appearances include Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and The Comedy Store and he is calling at Doncaster on March 14 next year.
Call 01302 370777.
Who do you think you are?
Learn the best ways to discover your past at the Family History Society Day at Doncaster College for the Deaf.
Part of the activities throughout the day at the St Leger Way site will be a beginners’ corner to help anyone wanting to started on their family tree.
It runs from 10am to 4pm on September 22. Admission is £1 with under 15s going free. Call 01302 854809 for more information.
Put yourself in the spotlight
take a chance to show off your musical talents with an open mic night at a Doncaster pub.
Cask Corner hosts the monthly night to encourage the lesser-known talent in town to come forward.
Every first Thursday of the month, the Cleveland Street pub invites local bands and singers to take to the floor.
Anyone interested can get in touch with landlord Marc Jones on firstname.lastname@example.org