60s star Gerry Marsden cancels Civic Theatre show tonight

Liverpool singer Gerry Marsden on board the Mersey ferry which he made famous with his song Ferry Across The Mersey with his band Gerry and the Pacemakers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday April 20, 2009. Marsden was today awarded the Freedom of the City of Liverpool for his charitable services to the city and his contribution to Liverpool. See PA story SHOWBIZ Marsden. Photo credit should read: Dave Thompson/PA Wire
Liverpool singer Gerry Marsden on board the Mersey ferry which he made famous with his song Ferry Across The Mersey with his band Gerry and the Pacemakers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday April 20, 2009. Marsden was today awarded the Freedom of the City of Liverpool for his charitable services to the city and his contribution to Liverpool. See PA story SHOWBIZ Marsden. Photo credit should read: Dave Thompson/PA Wire
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MUSIC legend Gerry Marsden has been forced to postpone a show at Doncaster’s Civic Theatre tonight after being diagnosed with a throat infection.

The Liverpudlian star, best known for hits such as You’ll Never Walk Alone and Ferry Cross The Mersey with Gerry and The Pacemakers, was set to bring his Gerry Cross The Mersey show to the venue this evening but called off the concert after falling ill.

The show has now been rescheduled for Tuesday, 26 June. All tickets for tonight’s show will be valid for the re-arranged date.

For further details contact the Civic box office on 01302 342349.