A BUMPER few months of entertainment lie ahead at Witham Public Hall.

The venue in Collingwood will be welcoming an ELO tribute band on February 2, who are back in the town by popular demand.

The live show features soaring strings, striking vocal harmonies and classic ELO hits.

Songs including Mr Blue Sky, Evil Woman, Telephone Line and Don’t Bring Me Down will be performed throughout the evening.

The band mirror the work of Jeff Lynne’s world-famous band, which was founded in Birmingham in the 1970s.

Following on from the ELO Encounter there is a tribute to top rock band Genesis.

Genesis Visible Touch are the ultimate celebration of the Phil Collins era in the Eighties.

The show will feature live music first produced as part of the iconic Duke album.

Forty years on from its release, Genesis Visible Touch will be recreating classic hits from the collection, including Turn It On Again and Follow Me Follow You.

The show takes place on March 1 and starts at 7.30pm.

A tribute to American solo legend Neil Diamond may do the trick for music lovers wanting more laid-back entertainment.

Yellowstone Events will be presenting Viva Neil Diamond at the Public Hall on April 3.

Making a welcome return to the venue will be the highly acclaimed Bob Drury who will celebrate Diamond’s incredible career, which spanned five decades.

The show is bursting with hits including Forever In Blue Jeans, Love on the Rocks, America, Play Me, Beautiful Noise, Song Sung Blue, I’m A Believer and Red Red Wine, as well as giving fans the chance to join in by belting out the chorus of the iconic crowd-pleaser Sweet Caroline.

Further shows, include 60s hits and a tribute to Blondie, are planned at the venue in the coming months. For tickets and more information about what’s on, visit withampublichall.co.uk.