Tribute to classic pop duo

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The nation’s favourite Simon & Garfunkel tribute act return to the Mill Arts Centre in Banbury on June 27 with their acclaimed Old Friends show.

The show has delighted theatre audiences up and down the UK for the past four years with its note-perfect reproduction of the award-winning harmonies of the duo, as well as the much-publicised friction between the two singers.

In all, the two-hour show covers more than 25 hits from four decades, including Mrs Robinson, You Can Call Me Al, The Sounds of Silence and Bridge Over Troubled Water.

Adam Ellis and Ben Bowden, who play the duo on stage, have been described by music writers as ‘the world’s best Simon and Garfunkel tribute’ and their full band show as ‘a musical feast for anyone who loves the songs of Paul Simon’.

Ben was recently featured on BBC’s The One Show, performing as Paul Simon and talking about Paul’s visit to England in 1965.

Tickets are £14/£12 concessions and are available from the box office on 01295 279002 or from