Some Guys Have All the Luck

Direct from the West End, Some Guys Have All the Luck celebrates the career of one of rock’s greatest icons - Rod Stewart’s incredible journey from street busker to international superstar.

Paul Metcalfe, who represents the star, says: “I absolutely love it and I feel very lucky that other people seem to love it as well. When I’m onstage I go into another world and do things I wouldn’t normally dream of doing. The show has come on massively since we started. The music, the lighting, the set and the video backdrops have all come on a lot. Fortunately, the audience seem to agree.”

‘Some Guys Have All the Luck’ charts Rod Stewart’s career chronologically and highlights some of the significant strokes of luck which helped the rock legend during his stellar career. The show also features songs from Rod Stewart’s time with ‘The Faces’ as well as a full concert production in the second half of the show with classic hits including Maggie May, Baby Jane, Da Ya Think I’m Sexy, Sailing and You’re in My Heart.

Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton, N18 1PJ, April 8. Details: 020 8807 6680

Bob Dylan Story

Featuring the heady idealism of Blowing In The Wind and The Times They Are A Changin; the electric venom of Subterranean Homesick Blues and Like A Rolling Stone.

Timeless love songs like Lay Lady Lay and I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight; the
mysticism of All Along The Watchtower or Mr Tambourine Man.
The lyrical tour de force of Hurricane to the catchy simplicity of Knocking On Heaven’s Door- the achingly uplifting Forever Young and the whimsical Mighty Quinn.

These and many more hits, along with some of the tales behind them, are captured to perfection with a story arc that starts with JFK’s inauguration speech and returns almost full circle to his tragic assassination in 1963, in a veritable tour de force produced by, and starring, bona fide Dylan fans.

Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton, N18 1PJ, April 14. Details: 020 8807 6680


A celebration of the music of David Bowie will perform more than 40 years of his songs.

Featuring 2001 Stars in Their Eyes finalist Tony Perry, it promises much more than

Let's Dance and Starman. The hits and standards are all performed, alongside lesser known album tracks and more recent material.

Changes Two Bowie give a two hour live performance of Bowie songs from all the albums including Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust, Heroes, Low, and also later studio albums such as Earthling, Heathen and finally the last album Lazarus. The emphasis is focused on presenting a career spanning breadth of work from the Bowie catalogue, a must see for all true Bowie fans.

Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton, N18 1PJ, April 20. Details: 020 8807 6680