The Dreamers

Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng have been members of the Dreamers for over 37 years. Their pedigree speaks for itself having been part of Freddie and the Dreamers and members of the band that contained true Sixties superstar Freddie Garrity.

They toured internationally with Freddie - Australia, The Middle East, Europe - and Mosca and Byng were on the second British Invasion tour of America with The Searchers, Gerry and The Pacemakers and of course Freddie and The Dreamers. Their TV appearances included Cilla’s Surprise Surprise , Noel Edmunds Houseparty and a host of Australian TV shows.

Their special solo concert is a highly entertaining show, combining stories of their time with Freddie Garrity, reminisces and fun and laughter. This fantastic 2-hour concert includes all their hits, album recordings and some of the most popular songs from the 50s and 60s.

The Dreamers count themselves fortunate to be joined by The Temple Brothers, two of the most professional artists in the business and an act in their own right as the country’s leading tribute to The Everley Brothers. With their blend of vocals and musicianship, they add an extra dimension to The Dreamers.




Venue Levy

Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to maintain our programme of arts and entertainment.

Book Tickets

Tickets £19.50 Concession £17.50

Ticket prices include £1 handling fee

Show running time (approx): 50 minutes - 20 minutes interval - 65 minutes


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