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The Bob Dylan Story

Fri 4 February

, 7:30pm

THE BOB DYLAN STORY

At last, The Times They Are A-Changin’ once more!

Don’t Think Twice, head down Highway 61 past Maggie’s Farm and across Positively 4th Street. Destination, the 1960s of course, where “Bob” and “The Band” await with their thrillingly authentic celebration of the music of Mr Bob Dylan.

Feast on an array of tasty aural delights including Like A Rolling Stone, Subterranean Homesick Blues, Blowin’ In The Wind, All Along The Watchtower, Mr Tambourine Man, Knocking On Heaven’s Door and so many more.

Enjoy fascinating stories behind the hits and let the evocative visuals transport you to a time when popular music’s greatest icon reigned supreme.

Described by audiences as “inspiring and moving”, “heartbreakingly fabulous” and “the best tribute show I’ve ever seen!”.

Theatre Royal Margate

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Dates, Prices & Tickets

Fri 4 February 7:30pm Full Price: £20, FOMT: £18, Groups: Buy 10 get 11th free, Booking Fee: £2 per ticket Book

THE BOB DYLAN STORY

At last, The Times They Are A-Changin’ once more!

Don’t Think Twice, head down Highway 61 past Maggie’s Farm and across Positively 4th Street. Destination, the 1960s of course, where “Bob” and “The Band” await with their thrillingly authentic celebration of the music of Mr Bob Dylan.

Feast on an array of tasty aural delights including Like A Rolling Stone, Subterranean Homesick Blues, Blowin’ In The Wind, All Along The Watchtower, Mr Tambourine Man, Knocking On Heaven’s Door and so many more.

Enjoy fascinating stories behind the hits and let the evocative visuals transport you to a time when popular music’s greatest icon reigned supreme.

Described by audiences as “inspiring and moving”, “heartbreakingly fabulous” and “the best tribute show I’ve ever seen!”.

Show Info

Venue:Theatre Royal Margate
Time: 7:30pm
Price:Full Price: £20, FOMT: £18, Groups: Buy 10 get 11th free, Booking Fee: £2 per ticket
Runtime:2 hours inc. interval
Age Guidance:12+
  • “Superb …. Does real justice to the great man!”

    Weekend Notes
  • “A brilliant performance!”

    Southend Theatre Scene
  • “As close to the man as it’s possible to get.”

    The Scarborough Review