A lunchtime concert featuring 1960s hit-makers The Bachelors is being staged at the Park & Dare Theatre on the 21st March.
The Bachelors had a string of hits to their name in the sixties.
Now Con and Dec, the singing brothers in The Bachelors, are back on the road celebrating more than 50 years in show business and are heading to Rhondda Cynon Taf in March.
Born in Dublin, Con and Dec Cluskey take the credit of being the ‘first Irish boy band,’ making their stage debut in 1962. Their hits include Charmaine, Diane, I Believe, Ramona, I Wouldn’t Trade You For The World, Marie, Chapel in the Moonlight, The Sound of Silence and many more.
Cllr Ann Crimmings, Cabinet Member for Environment and Leisure, with responsibility for cultural services, said:
“We are delighted to welcome music legends The Bachelors to the Park & Dare Theatre and I am sure many of their fans will want to be there to enjoy their memorable lunchtime concert.
“Still touring the UK and the world more than 50 years since they first started performing together, Con and Dec are a musical institution like no other, and it is a great testament to our theatres that we have been able to bring them to a venue near you.”
The Bachelors perform at the Park & Dare Theatre, Treorchy, on Wednesday, March 21 at 1pm.