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Kingdom of Madness: Classic Magnum featuring Mark Stanway, Micky Barker, Richard Bailey & Mo Birch


This gig has been postponed due to a band member's illness (see statement below). We hope to arrange a rescheduled date - ticket holders will be informed once a date is in place.

“Regrettably, due to a member of the band testing Covid-positive this morning, Kingdom of Madness have a need and a responsibility, for obvious health and safety reasons, to postpone the shows due to be performed this weekend in Swindon and Colchester. The band regret the obvious disappointment caused but it is necessary to put the safety of band, crew, venue staff and, of course, audiences first and foremost. The band’s agents are working on rescheduling these two shows and we should be able to make an announcement soon. Ticket outlets will be in contact with ticket holders directly – please retain existing tickets which will remain valid for revised dates.”

Tickets for the original date are valid for the new one.
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This gig is for a standing audience.

Members of MAGNUM’s classic-era line-ups and other top-drawer rock alumni unite to perform Classic Magnum songs from the celebrated 1978-94 period.

Mark Stanway (keyboards), Micky Barker (drums), Richard Bailey (keyboards/flute), and Mo Birch (vocals/percussion), all of whom have previously performed with Magnum, provide the nucleus of Kingdom of Madness. For their 2021/22 shows they are joined by vocalist Mark Pascall, best known for his work with Cats in Space and Departed, bassist Brian Badhams (Bernie Marsden’s Alaska, Steve Gibbons Band) and guitarist Alan Bell.

One of the UK’s finest exponents of melodic rock music, Magnum achieved high album and singles chart positions in both the UK and Europe and gained a reputation as one of the UK most captivating live bands.

This reunion of former members of one the UK’s most revered melodic rock bands to perform music that has touched the hearts of several generations of music fans has been met with the highest acclaim from both music critics and audiences alike.

Tickets £20 / £18 concessions.
Doors open 7.30pm.

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