MUSIC fans can enjoy an electric mix of tracks from throughout the ages this weekend at a discounted price.
The Customs House in South Shields has joined forces with the Gazette to offer tickets to see Stringfever for just £5.
The electric string quartet – made up of the Broadbent brothers Giles, Ralph, Neal and their cousin Graham Broadbent – have played all over the world and perform their own unique style of music on custom-built electric violins, a viola and a cello.
The foursome will be at the Mill Dam venue tomorrow.
Their show is billed as being a feast for the eyes and ears, combining classically-honed musicianship with humour while spanning a wide range of musical genres from classical to rock ‘n’ roll.
Customs House executive director Ray Spencer said: “The band are huge in America and are playing limited dates in the UK.
“They are extremely talented musicians, and watching them play is unbelievable. They are so unique, and their repertoire spans so far, that they are guaranteed to play something for everyone.”
Tickets for the show, starting at 7.45pm, are £18 – but if you quote ‘Gazette’, the first 20 readers will get their tickets for just £5. To book with this offer, call 454 1234.
For more information, visit www.customshouse.co.uk or www. stringfever.co.uk