CALLING all fans of Eighties music – this is a night you really won’t want to miss.

The Quay Theatre in Sudbury is hosting a night with “ultimate Eighties tribute group” That Eighties Band.

The six-piece will be taking to the stage on Saturday May 18, performing some of the best hits of the Eighties.

That Eighties Band is made up of Bob Spinks who plays the bass, Paul Marron on guitar, Tony Mumford playing the drums, and Dave Blackman on keys.

Chris Webster and Dara Seitzman are the group’s lead vocalists who have both been performing for over a decade.

The group has been lauded as being able to replicate almost exactly the innovative music that has remained loved for more than three decades.

The group’s live show is dedicated to recreating the biggest hits of the Eighties, with classic songs from artists that include Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Van Halen, Phil Collins, Blondie, Huey Lewis and the News, the B52s, Bon Jovi and many more.

A Quay Theatre spokesman said: “You just can’t get enough of this fantastic Eighties cover band whose carefully reproduced songs will bring you back in time so you can relax, let your hair down, and relive those retro classic hits like Rio, Call Me, Love Shack, and Easy Lover.

“This six-piece band performs your favourite tunes of the Eighties with a stunning sound and with both male and female lead vocalists. Bring your bestie and let’s dance.”

Tickets are now on sale for That Eighties Band show on Saturday, May 18.

The performance starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £15 and are available from the Quay Theatre box office on 01787 374745.