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Find the best Mercury - The Ultimate Queen Tribute concert tickets at Alive Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn. The sounds and emotions of Queen that only live instruments skillfuly played and perfect harmonies can achieve.
Approximate runtime 140minutes (including any interval).
Performers Joseph Lee Jackson (Freddie), Glenn Scrimshaw (Brian May), Pat Coleman (Roger Taylor), Steve Humphreys (John Deacon), Lee Harvey (Spike Edney).
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Sue Kimber (11Mar16): Don't bother! It was terrible I have seen a tribute before and they were awesome, The lighting, sound and vocal were a joke he couldn't sing all of the lines to the songs because he was out of breath. We left as did a number of others after the first half. The Palace Manchester 10/03/2016 1