Your browser (Internet Explorer) is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Click here to Learn how to update your browser.

No Strapline

The Bluejays

Wednesday 5 January 2022

Coming back to the New Vic for a third visit, The Bluejays are the UK’s leading 1950s Rock ‘n’ Roll band playing the biggest hits of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers, Eddie Cochran and many more.

They have toured the world, with gigs as far afield as Canada, Australia and China.

On a recent trip to the US, the band were invited to play at the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock, Texas to an audience made up of Buddy’s family and friends. Maria Elena Holly (Buddy’s widow) called them the “most exciting group she’d seen since The Crickets themselves”.

Widely regarded as the most authentic vintage Rock ‘n’ Roll band in the UK, The Bluejays will take you right back to the rockin’ 50s. So come on down, there a whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on!

 

Wednesday 5 January 2022

Trailer

Reviews

“A wonderful band!…”

— Brian May, Queen,

“The Bluejays had the room jiving their fluorescent socks
off!…”

— Howard Goodall, Composer,

Latest News

NEW VIC BORDERLINES MARK UNITED NATIONS HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY 2022 WITH PERFORMANCES OF YIZKOR

One of New Vic Borderlines’ flagship documentary-dramas is back on stage this January, respecting and remembering victims of the Holocaust through a…

Read Article ›

AS YOU LIKE IT MARKS DOUBLE CELEBRATION FOR THE NEW VIC AND NORTHERN BROADSIDES

The New Vic kicks off its 2022 spring season with Shakespeare’s most musical and much loved comedy As You Like It, in…

Read Article ›

CREATIVE PEOPLE AND PLACES PROGRAMME APPETITE AWARDED NATIONAL PORTFOLIO ORGANISATION STATUS

Appetite, the New Vic led Creative People and Places programme for Stoke-on-Trentand Newcastle-under-Lyme, has been awarded Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation…

Read Article ›
A warm welcome to Martin Simpson as he joins us tonight for an evening of captivating and profoundly moving folk mu… https://t.co/Mh9dYd9OlS