A message shared on the actor's official Twitter account read: "With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that our father, Sir Roger Moore, passed away today. We are all devastated."
Duets is a production showcase of the worldwide hit duets spanning the 40’s to today.
With a stellar cast of singers and musicians, the Menai Club Central played host to this must-see club production that gives large scale production on an RSL club price ticket.
The fun and frivolity of this show paired with the awesome talents of those on stage give a whopping two hour rollercoaster ride of tunes, from Frank & Nancy Sinatra’s ‘Something Stupid’ to Dirty Dancing’s ‘Time of my Life’ and even Greece to John Farnham and Human Nature - add in some fun impersonations and killer voices including the amazing Guy Taylor, Shilo, Tony Mazell & Sara De Rossi, you have a cast that has years of experience and knows how to command a stage.
The production is back touring around the country on selected dates and is a ballad rocking, pop-loving and a country ye-hawing night out at a venue near you.
One of the standouts was Sara De Rossi's "The Prayer" performed with Tony Mazell. A total goosebump worthy rendition. Her voice is SENSATIONAL.
Guy Taylor has a killer voice and you would think he was a young John Farnham - in fact, Guy understudied for John in Jesus Christ Superstar. But Guy has a presence all of his own and goes from suave songman (think Buble, Farnham) to his cooky and fun impersonations (you have to see the show to believe it).
Shilo has her own style that resonates through the production whilst still belting out covers and duets - giving them a fresh take a style befitting a performer of this quality.
Master of ceremonies, legendary Tony Mazell has obviously put years of training into his productions and is impressive going from operatic to rock within a couple of songs - such a range and stage presence.
It's hard to single any of them out - they flawlessly perform as a group, as duet partners and solo entertainers. All worthy of some awards at Mo or ACE awards if you ask us.
It was a pleasure to see them back on stage as a group for the first time this year and we recommend you check them out throughout the year when you can.
See our what's on guide for other upcoming dates.
With a live band, screen visuals and great voices, this will be a show not to be missed!