East 17 to play at city venue

PUBLISHED: 19:52 15 June 2011 | UPDATED: 22:58 17 June 2011

Hit ‘90s boy band East 17 will be performing in Norwich.

The band, who are best known for their 1994 Christmas Number 1 Stay Another Day, have been booked to play at The Waterfront.

Together the band achieved 11 top 10 singles and three top 10 albums. Their blend of rap and pop included hits House of Love, Thunder and If You Ever, a duet with Gabrielle.

Tony Mortimer, John Hendy, and Terry Coldwell have reformed the band and been joined by Blair Dreelan, who will be performing the main vocals.

East 17 will be at The Waterfront on Sunday, September 11. Tickets from 01603 508050 or

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