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The Electric Light Orchestra is back


The unique symphonic-rock sounds of the Electric Light Orchestra will be heard again in Norwich on Sunday.

ELO Again recreate the classics of the original band formed in the 1970s in Birmingham by Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne.

So if you remember Mr Blue Sky, Livin’ Thing, Sweet Talking Woman, Hold On Tight, Shine A Little Love or Don’t Bring Me Down, to name just a few - or if you have come to them later and want to see them performed live - you need to be at St Andrew’s Hall.

Since coming together to play ELO’s heritage, the musicians who make up ELO Again have appeared on television, including Top Of The Pops, and played to audiences all over Europe, America and the Far East, as well as in UK theatres, on cruises and at universities.

They have made more than 1200 appearances so far, showing the ELO music still has a huge following around the world.

Sunday’s show starts at 7.30pm.

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