The Bob Villains, a tribute to Bob Dylan, are as quirky and unpredictable as the man himself. The band will make a rare visit to London when they play at The Picture Palace, Ponders End, on Saturday, March 30.

The four piece band covers everything from Dylan’s early acoustic days to full-on electric rock. The Picture Palace gig is a chance for the capital’s Dylan fans to see a great tribute without crossing the M25.

Front man Gary Sear says: “At the Picture Palace you can expect a show, not just another band turning up to play a bunch of songs with the volume at 11 from start to finish. We tell Dylan’s story from his early acoustic period to his full on electric awakening in 66.

“You don’t have to be a Dylan fan to enjoy the show but you sure might come away from it as one!”

The gig is free and starts at 9pm.

The Picture Palace, Howard Hall, Lincoln Road, Ponders End, EN3 4AQ, Saturday, March 30, 9pm. Details: 0208 344 9690