AN internationally renowned Queen tribute act will shortly be heading to a North Wales stage.

The Bohemians will be appearing at the Tivoli, in Buckley, on the evening of Friday, February 28.

They will be bringing a new show to town which focuses on the end-to-end classics of Queen's Greatest Hits I and II compilations.

The show promises all the hits, plus an AV show packed with the sights and sounds of Queen's biggest moments.

The Bohemians formed in 1996 and have produce a dazzling Queen tribute show that combines the musicianship, costumes and energy of one of music's greatest ever bands.

The high energy show they perform have earned them the reputation of the worlds ‘most exciting’ Queen tribute act.

Rob Comber’s outrageous stage antics and personality makes him the perfect Freddie, Christopher Gregory’s Red Special enables him to get as close as possible to Brian May’s inimitable style, Wayne Bourne hammers the tubs like drummer Roger Taylor, and Kevin Goodwin provides that unmistakable Queen backline on bass.

Doors will open at 7pm on February 28 and further details are available from