DO you ever wish you could go back in time and experience the 1970s all over again? If you long for the good old days, then The Seventies Story could be the trip down nostalgia lane that you're looking for.

Seventies songstrels Brotherhood of Man - and yes, it's the original line-up - are presenting the show at Doncaster Civic Theatre tonight. The show includes over 100 songs and themes from the decade that brought us hits such as Saturday Night Fever, Amarillo and of course, the Brotherhood's Eurovision classic Save Your Kisses for Me.

And it's not all about the music. The show also includes chat as the band reminisce about TV shows such as The Clangers, Swap Shop, Rainbow and Jim'll Fix It and the big films of the day, including Jaws, Shaft and The Exorcist.

The year by year review also recalls the news, gossip, toys and fashions of the day, while the band promise to share their showbiz secrets from the seventies, revealing what it was like to tour with David Soul and what Marc Bolan was like at parties.

Tonight's performance follows last year's cancellation at the Civic. Tickets for the show are priced 12 and are available on (01302) 342349.