THE official Queen tribute show will be performed at the Salisbury City Hall on September 20.

The Queen Extravaganza will play best-selling hits including Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites the Dust, Under Pressure, We Will Rock You and Radio Ga Ga.

The band includes musicians selected by Taylor in an online talent search that culminated with the group’s performance on American Idol in 2012.

Long-time Queen Keyboardist Spike Edney has helped Taylor produce the show. The production will be enhanced by rare video footage from Queen’s extensive archives.

Taylor said: “The Queen Extravaganza is a brand new show specially designed to enable new fans, together with fans of old, to celebrate the music of Queen in a heart-stopping event.

“It’s very spectacular, it’s very visual, there are going to be some shocks and some tremendous surprises. It will be a rock celebration in the royal tradition.

“This band is now so frighteningly good, I would hate to have to follow them on stage.”

Tickets for the event are on sale at

ARTSREACH is unveiling its summer programme finale – an adaptation of The Tempest by Miracle Theatre.

It’s the Cornish company’s 35th anniversary, and it is going on an open air tour in Dorset.

The Tempest – Shaken & Stirred, is a fresh and musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s timeless play with new music by Jim Carey.

They will be playing at Springhead Gardens, Fontmell Magna on July 31 (01747 811853), Melbury Osmond Village Hall Field, Nr Yeovil on August 2 (01935 83410), Higher Orchard, Sandford Orcas, near Sherborne on August 3 (01963 220208) and Kimmeridge Bay, nr Wareham, on August 4 (01305 269512).

These are outdoor performances.

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