A TRIBUTE act to one of the nation’s most loved bands is coming to wow the community.

Crazy Little Thing Called Queen is performing at the Witham Public Hall this week.

Rising to stardom in the 1970s, Queen is still going today, with Adam Lambert joining the band and performing many shows across the world.

The tribute act is described as “an outstanding, exciting and dynamic tribute to one of the worlds' greatest and most iconic rock bands”.

A spokesman said: “Yvan Silva's incredible vocal power and showmanship, along with some of the finest dedicated Queen tribute musicians, deliver an unforgettable show, guaranteed to get any audience on their feet and rocking out to Queen's greatest hits.

“The show includes, to name a few, Radio Ga Ga, I Want It All, Don't Stop Me Now, One Vision, A Kind Of Magic, We Are The Champions, We Will Rock You and of course, Bohemian Rhapsody.

“Crazy Little Thing Called Queen is a live extravaganza and is fully costumed. Presenting a respectful homage to the incredible force that was, and still is. Freddie Mercury and Queen.”

The show is tomorrow and is almost sold out. For tickets go to withampublichall.co.uk or in person at the information office at Witham Town Hall. 

Tickets cost £18 and doors open at 7.30pm.