Felixstowe Spa Pavilion Summer Season

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Music legend Jools Holland and multimillion selling soul band The Real Thing just two of the sizzling acts at the Spa Pavilion, Felixstowe this summer – but there’s plenty more where that came from. 

June begins with Quadrophenia Live on Saturday 8th June from 7.30pm. The Goldhawks are an 8-piece band who delivers a stunning live performance of The Who’s smash hit concept album. The whole night is emphasised with exciting and often heart-wrenching archival footage – experience the tension and raw power this music demands.

Next up it’s the one and only, legendary Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with a stunning line up of special guests on Friday 14th June from 8pm. You’ll need to be quick purchasing a ticket as the theatre is already over two thirds full!

Following that is the music of Franki Valli with the show Bye Bye Baby on Sunday 30th June from 7pm. It promises to be a jaw-dropping tribute to the musical phenomenon that was the ‘Jersey Boys’ plus the iconic music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.

July begins with a hugely popular show – The Neil Diamond Experience with the official UK #1 Neil Diamond tribute singer Dominic Kaye. Then another powerhouse performance from This Is Me – A Tribute to Shirley Bassey with Rachel Roberts.

Then, for those that like to ‘feel the force’ The Real Thing – AKA the UK’s biggest ever soul and r’n’b band, are also heading our way on the 21st. The Rhythm of the Dance and Thoroughly Modern Millie complete the varied line up of events for July .

Tickets for all theatre shows are available from the Spa Pavilion Box Office which is open from 11am – 4pm, call them on 01394 284962 or visit www.felixstowespa.co.uk.

Our café, bars & restaurant are open every day for the summer from 9.30am to 6pm. Also, food is always served for two hours before every performance. You can follow the Spa Pavilion on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for all the latest news and show updates.

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