By bardesarts1 at 14:17 on 24/10/12
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ROD STEWART fans from Guildford can next month (November, 2012) hear some of his famous songs performed by a tribute act at a bar in the town.
Tribute artist Paul Metcalfe will be performing at Bar des Arts on Wednesday, November 28 from 8pm.
Sara Burks, Co-owner of Bar des Arts, which is located opposite the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Millbrook, said: “Bring your handbags and dress in your gladrags to welcome Paul as Rod Stewart to the bar. We hope lots of people will come along to hear all their favourite hits and enjoy the show.
“Paul is one of the UK’s finest Rod Stewart tribute acts. He has more than 25 years’ experience as a professional singer and entertainer and he will be wowing the audience with his amazing vocal abilities.
“He has the voice, the look and the charisma of Rod and his tribute act is authentic and extremely entertaining. The similarities of Paul’s voice to Rod’s is uncanny and his swaggering showmanship and ability to get the audience involved in the act is brilliant.”
The Rod Stewart tribute evening will take place on Wednesday, November 28 from 8pm onwards and tickets will cost £10 per person.
Sara added: “This event is already extremely popular and tickets are selling out fast. People should arrive at 7.30pm ready for the show to start at 8pm.
“In order to book tickets, please drop into the bar or call 01483 453227.”
Bar des Arts is a café by day and a wine and cocktail bar by night. A range of wine, beers, cocktails and soft drinks are available to purchase, along with tapas. The bar hosts a variety of events and exhibitions, including live music, dance performances, open mic nights and many more.
For further information, please call Bar des Arts, which is located opposite the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Millbrook, on 01483 453227, visit http://tinyurl.com/96fcgmp log on to http://tinyurl.com/6nnwcok or follow the company on Twitter by visiting http://tinyurl.com/6wrjvru
Paul Metcalfe as Rod Stewart
Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
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