COLDPLAY tribute band Coldplace is coming to Shanklin Theatre to perform a replication of the sell out 'A Head Full of Dreams' show by Coldplay.

With confetti canons, pyrotechnics, video screens, laser lights and a high energy show, Coldplace will be pulling out all the stops for their replication of the show.

A spokesperson for the event said: "If you have been lucky enough to catch Coldplay on any of their recent tours, then head along to the Shanklin Theatre on April 12 to re-live the fabulous theatrical show performed by the world’s leading tribute to Coldplay, Coldplace.

"If you haven’t been lucky enough to catch the real thing, then this is definitely a show not to be missed."

Shane Crofts, lead singer of Coldplace said: "We thought last year’s show was pretty good with all the special effects, but this year’s is even better.

“With the experience from last year’s tour, we have really nailed down every last detail and every last light bulb to ensure that this is as perfect as we can get now.

"We just hope the fans enjoy the show as much as we enjoy performing it.”

Coldplace are performing at the Shanklin Theatre April 12. Tickets start from £20, and are available from

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