Sing your heart out during this intimate, interactive two-hour show, celebrating the peace, love and music of the ’60s.

Ah, the ’60s… the era of the Beatles-led British beat group invasion of America, Martin dreaming, Woodstock screaming, stove pipes, miniskirts and beehives, and men on the moon. The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Dusty ruled the day, and these moments were captured in all their grainy glory on 8mm film. The ‘60s have given us some of the most important cultural moments of our lives, and now its most singable tunes have inspired a unique Australian show!

Whether you want to relive your youth or wish you’d been old enough to witness the hysteria that was Beatlemania or go to Woodstock, The Sixties Singalong will add joy to your day. Come along in ’60s-style fancy dress (we know you’ve still got that cute mod babydoll dress in your closet…) and sing your heart out!

Just in case you’ve forgotten the lyrics: they’ll be reflected on a big screen next to Bobby and his guitar on stage.

Don’t fret about being called out to perform on your own. This is not karaoke, but rather a singalong led by one of Australia’s leading ’60s music experts.

Bobby spices things up with loads of informative and interesting trivia about your favourite artists, so you’ll learn something new, too!

Singalong Songs include:

Hey Jude – The Beatles
Daydream Believer – The Monkees
With A Little Help From My Friends – The Beatles
Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison
Penny Lane – The Beatles
Ferry Cross the Mersey – Gerry & The Pacemakers
Ruby Tuesday – The Rolling Stones
Waterloo Sunset – The Kinks
When I’m Sixty-Four – The Beatles
Return to Sender – Elvis Presley
Summer Holiday – Cliff Richard
Yesterday – The Beatles
Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head – B.J. Thomas
Dreamlover – Bobby Darin
Mrs Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter – Herman’s Hermits
Eight Days A Week – The Beatles
The Ballad of Gilligan’s Island – The Wellingtons

…..and dozens more of your favourite ‘60s tunes


Bobby Benton, lead performer of The Swinging Sixties Show, presents his own solo show – The Sixties Singalong


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