Doors will open at 7pm, and entry to the Outdoor Theatre will be via the Cannon Hill Park entrance.
Neville Staple, legendary front man of The Specials, Fun Boy Three and Special Beat, also known as The Original Rude Boy, is credited with changing the face of pop music not only once, but twice.
His 2-Tone legacy is huge. 2-Tone fused traditional ska music with punk rock attitude, energy and musical elements. The movement helped to transcend and defuse racial tensions in Thatcher-era Britain. The actual black and white chequered imagery of 2 Tone has become almost as famous as the music itself.
Neville's 40-year career in the music business started out from the early days with Ray King, Pete Waterman, The Coventry Automatics and his Jah Baddis Sound System, before taking to the stage with The Specials during the famous ‘Clash’ tour.
Dig out your pork-pie hats and get ready for a great night of live music in MAC's freshly spruced up Outdoor Theatre!
Important Health & Safety Information:
- The big one – in line with Government guidelines we need to ask that you refrain from dancing or singing loudly
- A bit of swaying in front of your seat is fine, but we may have to ask people to stop if you're having a big old boogie away from your seats
- You will need to check in to NHS Test and Trace upon arrival, and will be doing visual bag checks on arrival so please don’t try to sneak any booze in!
- We have sold 50% of tickets to allow for distancing
- There will be food and drink available to buy on the night from different concession points. You must take food and drink back to your seats