Wednesday 15 September 2021 | 7:30pm
New date confirmed - Wednesday 15 September 2021 | 7:30pm
Rearranged from 18/09/2020
Please note: Tickets purchased for the original date of this show (Fri 18 Sept 2020) – will be valid for the new date of Wed 15 Sept 2021.
Here I Go Again
Guitar hero Bernie Marsden is one of rock’s true legends.
The rock and blues guitarist co-wrote some of Whitesnake’s biggest hits, including Fool For Your Loving and the million-selling charttopper Here I Go Again. He played on the band’s first five albums. Bernie is one of rock’s great raconteurs and tells an astonishing story in his autobiography: Where’s My Guitar.
Sharing tales about turning down Paul McCartney, encounters with Ringo Starr, Elton John, Cozy Powell, BB King and Jon Lord, he’ll also be playing songs, answering fans’ questions and talking about the way he shaped the golden age of rock’n’roll.
Meet & Greet opportunity and book signing post show.
Full Price: £21.00
Age guidance: Considered suitable for ages 14+
Running time: 1 hour 50 mins (including a 20-minute interval)
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