The Great Pretender – Queen Tribute

Steve Littlewood is deservedly regarded as the UK’s number one Freddie Mercury tribute artist. His reputation has grown year by year since he first launched his amazing show back in 2001. As the title suggests, Steve really is ‘The Great Pretender’.

Loved, not only for his uncanny vocal and physical portrayal of one of the world’s greatest rock superstars, but also for the incredible energy that he brings to each performance.

The ‘Great Pretender’ is available in three exciting formats offering a unique ‘Freddie’ experience to all clients and for all budgets.

Solo Show

The Solo Show delivers all of the classic Queen hits; ‘We are the Champions’ ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ ‘Radio Gaga’ and more. Witness ‘The Great Pretender’ strutting his stuff, as the enigmatic Queen front-man Freddie Mercury appears before your very eyes! Stunning costume changes and bags of audience participation ensure this is one show that you won’t want to forget! Upto 60 minutes in length, this show is ideally suited for small restaurants, hotels and cabaret venues.

‘Mercury & May’ – 2 piece show

Mercury and May is a dazzling variation on a theme from ‘The Great Pretender’ Every Queen fan’s dream can now become a reality as Freddie Mercury and Brian May are once again re-united live on stage in this unique 2 man tribute show. Steve is joined by special guest star ‘Bryan Rock’, appearing and playing live as the legendary Queen guitarist Brian May. ‘Mercury & May’ offers up to 90 minutes of content and can be split into 2 sets. Perfect for Golf clubs, larger hotels etc.

HRH – Full stage show with live band

With up to 2 hours of material ‘HRH’ is The Show for Festivals, Rock Clubs, Theatres, Holiday centres, Large Sports Halls etc. This fantastic 5 piece show scaramouches brilliantly from the early hits of the 1970’s through to the stadium rock anthems of the 1980’s with a rhapsody of surprises along the way.
Unique and unrivalled, not only powerfully recreating the wonderful sound of Queen, but also recapturing the outrageous and infamous fashions of the outlandish Freddie Mercury.

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