Country music will live on forever through tribute show

Sarah Jayne and Andy Crust as Dolly and Kenny
Sarah Jayne and Andy Crust as Dolly and Kenny

A tribute to some of the greatest country music stars takes to the stage at Lincoln next week.

Country Superstars will be at the New Theatre Royal on Thursday, October 4 offering a full evening of music from across the years.

Sarah Jayne and award winning vocal impersonator Andy Crust will be taking the audience on a journey back through time meeting some of the most influential icons who shaped country music history.

This truly unique Ultimate Country Concert is hosted by Sarah Jayne, who is celebrating 25 years as Europe’s leading tribute to the Queen of Country - Dolly Parton.

Sarah Jayne is the only Dolly Parton tribute act to be used at London’s O2 stadium on Dolly Parton’s own world tour.

The show also includes The Tennessee Allstar Band and has tributes to Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Billie Jo Spears, Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson, Tammy Wynette, Garth Brooks, John Denver and - new for 2018 - the late, great Glen Campbell.

Each artist looks and sounds like the country star they portray; these sensational performers transform themselves through hours of practice at their craft.

Every detail is taken into consideration from script, choice of songs, hair, make-up and mannerisms, as well as professional costumes.

The performance starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £23.

To buy tickets visit www.newtheatreroyallincoln.co.uk or call 01522 519999.

Alternatively you can visit the Box Office at New Theatre Royal Lincoln in Clasketgate.

• The theatre’s autumn programme is packed with music, comedy, dance and more, with a wide-range of events to suit all tastes.

Comedy highlights include an Evening with Eric and Little Ern, The Goon Show and Lost Voice Guy.

Forthcoming musical tributes include Take That, Genesis and the Carpenters, to name but a few.

Tickets are also now on sale for this year’s pantomime offering ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which runs from December 4.