The Wrecking Two [60s, 70s and 80s Covers]
Welcome to the first performance at the club by this highly experienced and talented duo playing mostly Rock'n'roll and 60s classic pop and ballads. Guitarist Dan has played professionally with many well known musicians including Chuck Berry, Marty Wilde and Bert Weedon; he has also supported acts in the West End of London. Singer and guitarist Paul has played, mostly in the Midlands, in numerous bands on the club circuit. More information about this duo is available at https://thewreckingtwo.co.uk/This event will be subject to the government COVID-19 restrictions in operation at that date. Admission will be controlled and the maximum capacity of the room (with social distancing in place) is 70 persons. Audience members must be seated (max of six persons). Audience members are required to minimise their contact with others and observe the other hygiene controls in the building. The admission charge for non-members is £5 and club members £2. Club members will be able to collect a ticket for themselves a week in advance by producing their membership card at the club bar. Any unsold tickets will be available to non-members from 5.00pm on the evening of the performance.
- West End Social Club, Woking, 28 May 2021
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