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Waterlooville Music Festival

11th to 19th June

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Daytime Evening at 7.30pm

PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR’S WATERLOOVILLE MUSIC FESTIVAL

Friday 15th June

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St George’s Church, Waterlooville, 7.30pm - licensed bar opens 7pm.

TICKETS £6 IN ADVANCE, £7 ON THE DOOR - CONCERT SPONSORED BY HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL




dance floor

licensed real ale, wine & Pimm’s bar

cabaret setting

Note for disabled ticket holders: Space will be at a premium for this performance, and so if you are attending in a wheelchair, we request that for your comfort and safety you let us know in advance, so that we can reserve space for you. You can email us at wmf@stgeorgesnews.org quoting your booking reference number.  Thank you for your understanding.

Note for group bookings: For bookings of 8 or more, we will reserve a table for you so that your party can sit together. To take advantage of this service, please email wmf@stgeorgesnews.org quoting your booking reference number. Please note that we cannot guarantee a table exclusively for your use.


Covering many of the hits ‘The Beatles’ had between 1962 and 1970, ‘The Silver Beatles’, present a show with the guarantee that a ‘splendid time will be guaranteed for all...’

Conjuring all the magical mystery contained within the music of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr, their specially tailored suits and psychedelic finery bring all the monochrome and colour of the 1960’s to the Waterlooville Music Festival 2018.

The long history of ‘The Silver Beatles’ has seen them work with ‘The Quarrymen’ (the skiffle group John founded in the late fifties/early sixties), Allan Williams (The Beatles’ original manager), Pete Best (their original drummer), Alastair Taylor (Brian Epstein’s right hand man) and Cynthia Lennon, who has gone on record to say that ‘The Silver Beatles’ are ‘look alike, sound alike and even think alike –it’s uncanny!’

Having appeared at Liverpool’s famous ‘Cavern Club’, headlined the BBC’s ‘Children in Need’ marathon and played to the likes of Madonna, Blur and Robbie Williams at the ‘MTV’ awards in Milan, popular music magazine ‘Mojo’ voted ‘The Silver Beatles’ as ranking second amongst the most popular Beatles tribute bands in the world, an accolade they richly deserve.

Their most recent show, the ‘Love You’ experience, features an extended suite of Beatles songs patchworked together like that of the acrobatic theatre troupe, ’Cirque Du Soleil’ and has been playing to rapturous response. The Daily Telegraph said, ‘Cover bands are big business these days, but the ‘Silver Beatles’ are clearly a cut above most... ’, but more importantly, ‘The Beatles Book’, world famous for being the ‘official’ monthly magazine, published a review by Alan Clayson who wrote, ‘...the fab gear winsomeness was flawless. The Silver Beatles captured that same ramshackle grandeur. These boys will go far...’

LUNCHES SERVED from 12noon


12.30pm at St George’s Church:

DANIELLE CLARK

Harp Recital


Danielle grew up in London and studied the harp at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama for three years.

Since then she has played in orchestras and theatrical shows and has worked for Cunard providing harp music on their world cruises.

She had a residency at the Inter-Continental Hotel on Hyde Park Corner, London for seven years before moving to Portsmouth, Hampshire, where she now lives.

Danielle teaches privately, plays for weddings in London and the Southern Counties, gives solo concerts and talks and performs within orchestras.

Her repertoire ranges from well known light classics, unusual harp classics, folk airs, popular standards, light jazz numbers and easy listening tunes.




3pm at St George’s Church:

PAUL TAYLOR

on the Piano


Cream teas served with home-made scones, jam and Cornish clotted cream