MUSIC fans will be in rock 'n' roll heaven when five of pop's biggest names from the Fifties and Sixties are revived at Clacton's West Cliff Theatre tomorrow night.

Back in 1960 American rockers Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent flew in from the USA and were joined by British heartthrob Billy Fury for the UK’s first multi-artist rock’n’roll tour.

Audiences went wild, reviewers were appalled by the on-stage antics ... and British youth culture was born.

Add Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison into the mix and you have five musical giants on the same stage for the first time ever in West End smash hit tribute show Be Bop A Lula.

Holly and Orbison first introduced rock 'n' roll to the UK with hits such as That'll Be the Day, Peggy Sue, Crying and Only The Lonely.

The show features Cochran’s legendary guitar riffs, Vincent’s menacingly moody stage presence, Fury’s smouldering looks and soaring vocals, Orbison’s perfect, lilting tones and Holly’s good-time rock’n’roll anthems, with classic tracks including Pretty Woman, Blue Jean Bop, C'Mon Everybody, Halfway To Paradise, Hallelujah I Love Her So, In Dreams, Race With The Devil and Three Stars.

Be Bop A Lula is at the West Cliff this on June 2 at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced £22 (£21 over-60) from the box office on 01255 433344.