A rocket fuelled ride through Elton John’s classic period!

Our chronological journey takes-off in moon landing year 1969, with Elton's very first album before zooming through the early seventies with classics such as Your Song, Rocket Man, Tiny Dancer, Daniel and Crocodile Rock. 

After a brief stop for 're-fuelling' the second leg of the voyage launches with the songs from seminal Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album, before visiting some late 70s epics including Philadelphia Freedom and Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word.  We finally arrive in the 1980's, where we take in, amongst others, Blue Eyes, Kiss The Bride and I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues before touching down safely to the sounds of I'm Still Standing. With maybe a few recent classics for an encore, this is the perfect for show for both hardcore and casual fans alike. Come and join the journey!

A Full Band re-creates the classic live sound of Elton John and his band paying meticulous attention to musical detail. This is NOT a 'tribute act'. There are no cheap costumes or cheesy wigs (ok maybe one dodgy pair of specs). The focus of the evening is not pretence, but on performing the wonderful music of Elton John and lyrics of Bernie Taupin, of one of the greatest song writing partnerships of all time, Songs are interspersed with occasional chat/stories about the music and musicians who created them.

"incredible musicianship"

Sam Bell


  • Your Song 

  • Tiny Dancer 

  • Crocodile Rock

  • Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

  • Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting

  • Candle In The Wind

  • Blue Eyes

  • I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues

  • I’m Still Standing

  • Daniel

  • Kiss the Bride

  • Philadelphia Freedom

"the show felt like a real journey, it was so interesting to hear the songs in order and hear stories about them'

Sarah Harris

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