The boys are back in town this weekend! Centrestage's male vocal group Boys2Men will perform this Saturday, May 19, at the Kilmarnock venue.
Their broad repertoire has won them many fans around Ayrshire and their show will feature songs by artists ranging from The Eagles to AC/DC; from Frankie Valli to Robbie Williams; from Biffo Clyro to Peter Cetera; and from Take That to The Darkness.
It is this variety of modern hits and timeless classics all performed with Boys2Men's unique blend of voices that continues to delight audiences. The Boys will be backed by a live band and the show will also feature a special guest. The licensed bar in the Big Marquee will be open for business.
"Boys2Men: Here Come the Boys" is on Saturday, May 19 at 7pm with tickets costing £8 and £6 for concessions. To book for what promises to be a fantastic evening of entertainment go to the box office at Centrestage Music Theatre, 11-13 James Little Street, Kilmarnock; call 01563 551505 or visit www.centrestagemusictheatre.org.uk.
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