Whilst performing in Las Vegas some years ago Bob Drury was described as one of the world's finest vocal tributes to Neil Diamond and he's now back touring the UK with his new acoustic-based show celebrating the legendary Neil Diamond and his incredible back catalogue of songs.
By taking some of the songs back to how they were originally written, with just voice and guitar, Bob brings a whole new dimension to the songs, particularly the beautiful guitar ballads that have a genuine depth of emotion when stripped right back.
The show still includes loads of Neil Diamond's blockbuster hits such as Sweet Caroline, Cracklin' Rosie, Play Me, Hello Again, Beautiful Noise, Red Red Wine, Forever in Blue Jeans and Song Sung Blue so get those voices ready to sing along! There are also a few lesser known songs that are sure to become your favourites by the end of the show. A fantastic evening guaranteed!
This is Bob's third visit to Rosehill and we can't wait to welcome him back. Both previous dates sold out so make sure you get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR TICKET HOLDERS: We appreciate that with live music events there will be people who wish to dance. We are an all-seated venue and we ask that you be respectful of those around you, particularly if by standing up to dance you then block the view of someone behind. For safety reasons we request that you refrain from dancing in any part of the Circle. We are sorry if this causes disappointment or frustration.
Please book online where possible. If you have difficulty with our website, call 01946 692422 and leave a message for us to respond as soon as we can.
Access to the Circle is only possible by stairs. All other parts of our building are accessible to all, including people with limited mobility and wheelchairs.
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