There’s a kind of hush at club as UK’s best rock in

ONE of the best-selling bands in the Beatles-led British invasion, Herman’s Hermits are touring Australia in 2024 and swinging into Bankstown Sports Club this Saturday night (March 23).

They’ve hit the American pop charts 22 times with their jaunty songs that have become anthems to pop fans the world over such as ‘Mrs Brown you got a lovely daughter’, ‘No milk today’, ‘There’s a kind of hush’, ‘I’m into something good’ and many more.
Old and new fans can look forward to being wowed with a hugely, energetic live show that delivers the sound of the 60s and 70s at their peak.
Showtime, 8pm, with tickets all $59.
Next up, Elvis fans can look forward to special performances by the world’s greatest tribute performer Dean Z who will be filling up seats in The Theatre at the club over the weekend of April 13 and 14.
Awarded ‘Entertainer of the Year’, Dean’s The Ultimate Elvis show spans the King’s 20-year musical journey – from his rise in the 1950s, to his infamous Las Vegas performances of the 1970s.
He’ll be accompanied by a powerful 11-piece band, horn section, vocalist and immersive video content for a truly unforgettable concert experience.
Showtime, 8pm, with tickets from $79.
Then get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey of laughter, love, and legendary entertainment as the ‘Big Fat Greek Comedy & Music Variety Show’ takes the club crowd by storm on Friday, April 19.
Book now for an evening filled with Greek flair, featuring the one and only George Kapiniaris, renowned for his hilarious antics on ‘Acropolis Now.’
George brings his comedic genius to the stage, promising a night of side-splitting laughter that transcends cultural boundaries.
Prepare to double over with laughter as Tony Nikolakopoulos, the comedic force behind ‘Wog Boy’, also graces the stage with his wit and charm along with the Queen of Kinisi, Maria Maroulis, whose magnetic stage presence and comedic brilliance have made her a sensation.
Then immerse yourself in the soul-stirring melodies of Pantelis Krestas, the bouzouki virtuoso – his musical prowess adds a dynamic layer to the show, ensuring an unforgettable experience that fuses comedy and music seamlessly.
Showtime, 8pm, with tickets all $59.90.
Further info and bookings: bankstownsports.com