FANS of Freddie Mercury and Co will be in a Bohemian Rhapsody when tribute band Supreme Queen come to Clacton's West Cliff Theatre tomorrow night.

The lads started out in the early Nineties as covers band Kid Gluvz.

The finale was a 30-minute Queen medley which proved so popular that audiences would demand the songs be played in their entirety.

More Queen songs were added to the set giving rise to increasingly enthusiastic responses wherever they played, and singer Scott Maley’s natural resemblance to Freddie, coupled with his amazing voice, lifted that part of the show to another level.

Scott had always had an ambition to perform a complete Queen gig.

They decided to recreate the Queen concert experience by making shows as authentic as possible, using accurate costumes, the same instruments and by performing live versions of the songs, and the newly-renamed Killer Queen hit the public for the first time in 1995.

Now known as Supreme Queen, the band has gone from strength to strength and is now regarded by many as the UK’s top Queen tribute band.

They have topped the bill at many prestigious venues including major theatres, concert halls and festivals throughout the UK, Europe and Asia.

Highlights include headlining the 2000 International Queen Convention and playing to 10,000 people on the beach at St Tropez.

Scott is a uncannily realistic Freddie with the right look, stage persona and incredibly powerful voice.

He is joined on stage by an enormously talented band, including Nathan Mathers who brings all the electric guitar virtuosity required to play a very convincing Brian May.

Supreme Queen are on stage this Friday at 7.30pm. Tickets are £20.50 (£19 over-60s) from the box office on 01255 433344.