Radio GaGa

"A great night out for any Queen fan"

Being a tribute band to one of the most successful bands in history is no mean feat, but Radio GaGa pull it off with such style and finesse. Heading out on a tour of the UK, this show is a delightful night out full of Queen’s greatest hits! 

The 5-piece band gel wonderfully together and though of course they cannot match the incredible talents of Queen they do a great job of trying! Mark Sanders takes on the role of iconic front man Freddie Mercury, embodying his unique style of stage strut and interaction with the audience. Vocally Mark is very different to Freddie but an incredible talent none the less!

The rest of the band: Jon Caulton, Richard Ashford, Ben Parkinson and Michael Richards do take more of a back seat, supporting their front man perfectly giving him the strong beats and rhythms to strut across the stage too. 

The fact this show was put on at The Adelphi Theatre adds to the evening, they make use of the extensive West End stage and lighting rig with lighting design from Tye Connolly giving the event a sense of excitement you would be forgiven for thinking you were at an actual Queen concert. This is no small production, with staging and many fantastic costumes it feels like a big budget gig. 

The night features all the best songs we know and love; I Want to Break Free, Under Pressure and Bohemian Rhapsody are all big crowd pleasers. When you’re picking a set-list from a back-catalogue as extensive as Queen you can’t really go wrong and they have complied the perfect concert here. The crowd are encouraged to sing along and we do so gleefully at the top of our lungs. 

As someone who has been a fan of Queen their entire lives but sadly never got to see the original line up in person this is the perfect show. It has all the energy and pizazz of a Queen concert and brings the audience together in a shared love for their music. 

This show was reviewed on the 14th November 2023.  Radio GaGa continues to tour around the UK.  Details here: Radio Gaga - Entertainers

Review written by Rosie Browne


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