THE POLICE ACADEMY
Many tribute bands claim to have one particular element of their act ‘just right’—the look, the sound, the equipment, the musicianship... yet rarely do you find a tribute where each one of these individual components has been painstakingly addressed in just as much detail as the last. The Police Academy, however, do exactly that. Recreating and reproducing a totally authentic Police experience that allows audiences to enjoy and immerse themselves in some of the best-known songs ever written by truly, one of the worlds’ greatest ever bands. ‘Roxanne’, ‘Message in a Bottle’, ‘Every Breath You Take’, ‘King of Pain’, ‘Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic’ and ‘Walking on the Moon’ are just few of the highlights in a set that could legitimately be described as ‘all killer, no filler’. The high-energy and engaging nature of The Police Academy’s performances ensures that they willingly command your full attention from the very first note to the last, totally immersing you in the music of The Police and ensuring you have just as much fun as they do along the way.
THE STING OPERATION
An artist of Sting’s calibre demands a tribute with the voice and musicianship to do his work justice—from the lowest rumbling bass to the highest wail. The Sting Operation does just that, taking the audience on a remarkable journey through the highlights of Sting’s incredible career. Rising to fame in the late ‘70s with The Police, and then forging an illustrious solo career spanning over thirty years, Sting has cemented himself as one of the greatest musical artists of our time. From the jazz-tinged The Dream of the Blue Turtles to the sublime Brand New Day, The Sting Operation present an eclectic tour of the most popular hits from his considerable catalogue, including ‘Fields of Gold’, ‘Englishman in New York’, and many others... For both the dedicated fan and the casual listener alike, The Sting Operation present the most authentic live Sting tribute to be found, leaving no stone unturned to create a show that will leave you thinking... ‘It’s probably him!’