It’s a rock ‘n’ roll tribute to music legends

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THE Bohemians were the first Queen tribute to be seen by guitarist Brian May, who described the band as ‘brilliant’, and drummer Roger Taylor who said: “It’s uncanny.”

They’re also a favourite with the official Queen fan club - the first look-a-likes to headline a club convention with an audience of over 2000.

Established in 1996, the band re-enact the glory days of Queen including the craziness of the ‘70s and the magic of the ‘80s.

Their high-energy show includes hits like including Killer Queen, I Want It All, We Will Rock You, Somebody To Love, Don’t Stop Me Now, You’re My Best Friend, We Are The Champions and the award-winning Bohemian Rhapsody.

The Bohemians are Rob Comber, Christopher Gregory, Wayne Bourne and Kevin Goodwin - Rob Comber’s stage antics make him the perfect Freddie, Christopher Gregory is Brian May, Wayne Bourne is Roger Taylor, and Kevin Goodwin provides that unmistakable Queen backline on bass.

The Bohemians will be at the Elgiva in Chesham on Saturday, May 7, 8pm.

Call the box office on 01494 582900 for tickets or go online at www.elgiva.com.