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60's / 70's / 80's Tribute
The Zoots have been asked by Theatres to put on various shows over the years. Our first show was our Sounds of the 60s, The Sounds of the 70s and more recently a Sounds of the 80s show.
SOUNDS OF THE SIXTIES SHOW
The ZOOTS’s authentic Sixties harmonies have won the hearts of critics and audiences alike, over 1,000 performances, at venues from Old Trafford to the London Palladium. THE ZOOTS play the soundtrack to the 1960s, covering timeless classics from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees, The Beach Boys, Chuck Berry, Roy Orbison, and dozens more of your favourite 60s artists.
SOUNDS OF THE SEVENTIES SHOW
The ZOOTS have brought the Sounds of the Seventies to ecstatic listeners on stage, screen and iTunes – and now, you can experience it too! This amazing Seventies tribute has it all! Glam Rock, Reggae, Prog Rock, Punk, Funk, Motown and Disco! Join The ZOOTS as they explore the monster sounds of T.Rex, Queen, Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin and other amazing Seventies bands!
SOUNDS OF THE EIGHTIES SHOW
It’s the 80s tribute show that’s wowed concert-goers around the world, winning acclaim from the Anthem of the Seas to Dubai! Accompany The ZOOTS as they play the party anthems, classic pop, and power ballads that defined the 80s! Fight for your right to party with hits from Wham, The Jam, Bon Jovi, Madness, A-Ha, and other Eighties pop legends!
MUSIC THROUGH THE AGES SHOW
Why not have a mix of all the eras from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s ,1980s, 1990s and 2000s all into one? A non stop hit a minute show taking you on a journey back through the most brilliant music of the last 70 years.
SOUNDS OF THE NINETIES SHOW
Schools out, and The ZOOTS are well and truly in with massive hits from Blur, Oasis, Robbie Williams, Guns n Roses, and more! Relive the decade of Britpop, Indie, Grunge, and the electrifying tracks that kept you partying till dawn!
Theatre and Cinema
The Elgiva Hall opened on its original location in 1976. In 1998, having made way for an enlarged supermarket development the New Elgiva was rebuilt as a purpose-built theatre and cinema on its current site, with the official reopening performed by Danny La Rue!
Now re-branded, The Elgiva is a 300 seated / 400 standing capacity theatre, with a digital cinema and is owned and managed by Chesham Town Council. The Elgiva presents a wide-ranging programme of professional and amateur productions, top comedy, musicals, ballet/dance, one night shows, a professional pantomime, an eclectic range of movies, exhibitions, weddings and other public and private events.
The Elgiva is named after Lady Elgiva, wife of Saxon King Edwy and the daughter of Ethelgiva (murdered during the constitutional crisis of 957-8), she was sister to Ethelwerd (who wrote the Latin Chronicle). Lady Elgiva created the first record of Chesham in bequeathing her estate of ‘Caesteleshamm’ to the abbey at Abingdon in 970 AD and concise studies place her life and actions within the context of Saxon England and reveals the importance of her legacy for the history of Buckinghamshire and, in particular, Chesham.
The fully stocked Elgiva Bar is open for all functions, serving not only alcohol, but also soft drinks and nibbles.
Café Encore, the coffee shop and café located at The Elgiva Theatre is open Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 5pm. A wide range of home cooked meals, snacks and cakes are available from breakfast to brunch through to lunch. Organic and fairtrade coffee and tea are served. Enjoy our comfortable surroundings for business or pleasure, with free wi-fi.
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