Paul Da Vinci - 60s/70s Explosion Show
About the show
Join us tonight for a fantastic night of foot-tapping music from Paul Da Vinci and his band plus our own DJ. Paul Prentice to keep you dancing and in the party mood!
Paul da Vinci's 60's 70's Explosion, features a kicking band of seasoned "name" session men performing all the hits, plus a wide range of classic music, (Motown, Swing, Rock and Pop) from the 60s and 70s and features his amazing 3 and a half octave voice, plus the showmanship you would associate with such a seasoned professional. Standing Ovations and sell-out shows are a regular occurrence.
Paul Da Vinci started his musical career as a session singer, doing demonstration records for major songwriters, Tony Macaulay, Don Black and numerous others, pitching to artists like Tom Jones and The Hollies. He sang on numerous major advertising campaigns: British Airways, Smiths Crisps etc. He then went on to appear on albums by guitarist Gary Moore, Ringo Starr, David Essex, Jeff Wayne's album "Spartacus", and an album "Dear Anyone" by Don Black and Geoff Stephens. He appeared on Top of the Pops with Justin Hayward ("Forever Autumn") and Elton John ("I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues").
In the 70's he had solo success as the legendary original voice on The Rubettes' world-wide number 1 "Sugar Baby Love", and his self produced and composed top 20 UK and European number 1 hit "Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore".
In the 80's he had a hit with Tight Fit, "Back To The 60's pt II" and has sold over 8 million records world-wide. He has also starred in the West End production of The Who's "Tommy" to rave reviews ("Truly Exceptional " - Time Out). and opened for two nights with his band for the legendary Fats Domino at The Royal Albert Hall.
Paul has recently headlined The Twinwood Festival playing to 8,000 people who gave the show a standing ovation. (Footage on Paul da Vinci's Facebook) and also appeared along side a double bill with Gary Puckett and The Union Gap at the prestigious Benidorm Palace, and is a regular feature at the Warner Leisure Venues across the UK.
If you are looking for a party night out to share with your colleagues and friends, this is it!
Snacks and hot food will be on sale from our servery at reasonable prices where they will offer a pub style menu, for example, Steak and Ale Pie, Jumbo Sausage and Chips, Chicken Curry, Vegetarian Lasagne etc. etc. Drinks from our bar are at pub prices too so you can enjoy a full night out all under one roof.
Over 18's only.
Should you have any difficulty in walking or require the use of a wheelchair please telephone our Box Office on 01252 836464 during office hours so that we can reserve seating at an appropriate table.
Seating at the venue is allocated on specific tables at the time of booking but individual seats at those tables are on a "first come first served" basis on the night.
Dress code is smart/casual.
Car Parking is Free
Hotel accommodation is available on site at either the Lakeside International Hotel - 01252 838000, the Continental Hotel - 01252 836565 or in the Lakeside Lodges - 01252 838000.
Food & beverage: Snacks on sale, Bars open (drinks at pub prices), Hot food available.
£17.00 per ticket
Ticket cost is inclusive of VAT and £2.00 booking fee. .
Date and time
Upcoming shows at this venue
- Nov 30, 2019 (Sat) - Champions of Champions Darts Event
- Dec 6, 2019 (Fri) - The Mods - presenting music from the 60s and 70s
- Dec 7, 2019 (Sat) - Take That Experience returns to Lakeside
- Dec 13, 2019 (Fri) - The Tina Turner Experience Christmas show and dance
- Dec 14, 2019 (Sat) - Clyde Spencer (former member of the Drifters) and friends
- Dec 18, 2019 (Wed) - Boney M come to Lakeside
- Dec 20, 2019 (Fri) - Majesty - a tribute to Freddie Mercury and the band Queen
- Dec 21, 2019 (Sat) - Paul Da Vinci - 60s/70s Explosion Show
- Dec 22, 2019 (Sun) - A Vision of Elvis - seeing is believing - 100,000 fans cannot be wrong.
- Dec 31, 2019 (Tue) - Soultown USA featuring "The Platters" and more
- Nov 28, 2020 (Sat) - Icons of Darts Tour featuring Phil 'The Power' Taylor and Raymond van Barnev