Sixties chart-toppers The Tremeloes and Marmalade will team up on a bill rich with hits and nostalgia at Fairfield Halls, Croydon, next month.

The bands, both of which have toured since the 1960s and are now in demand on the revival circuit, will be taking the stage at Fairfield Halls Concert Hall for the Super 60s show on Thursday, September 4, at 8pm. Fans of the sound of the Swinging 60s can look forward to a set peppered with hits from The Tremeloes.

Between 1963 and 1971, they chalked up 11 Top Ten hits and had 21 singles in the top 40. In a celebrated coup for the band, the record label Decca signed The Tremeloes up in favour of The Beatles who had auditioned on the same day.

Their first number one, Do You Love Me, came in 1963, and the hit they are best remembered for, Silence is Golden, went to number one in 1967. Marmalade topped the charts a year later with their version of The Beatles' track, Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da. Formed in Scotland in 1963, they began making headlines in the mid-60s and between 1968 and 1976 enjoyed 11 top 40 hits, including eight singles in the top ten. Tickets for the Super 60s are priced £16.50 and are available on 0208 688 9291.

SINGERS from the Archway Theatre Company will be performing and reminiscing in Memories of the Swinging 60s at the Archway Studio Theatre in The Drive, Horley, from Thursday, August 14, to Saturday, August 16, at 7.45pm, with visitors welcome to come dressed in their best 60s fashions. Tickets at £10, including a light buffet, on 01293 781059 between 6pm and 7pm.

GRAPPLING fans can enjoy the return of the American Wrestling Rumble Spectacular to The Harlequin, Redhill, on Friday, September 5, at 7.30pm. Tickets on 01737 765547.

SHOWTIMERS will present musical cabaret supper That's Entertainment! at the Village Hall, South Nutfield, from Thursday, September 4, to Saturday, September 6, at 8pm. Tickets at £10 on 01737 823491.

TRAD jazz fans can enjoy music from Harry Strutter's Hot Four at The Farmhouse, Langshott, Horley, on Sunday, September 7, from 4pm to 6.30pm.

SINGER-SONGWRITER Martyn Lucas, the British Philharmonic Orchestra and magician Daniel Dean will all be on the bill of the One Night In Vegas show at The Harlequin, Redhill, on Thursday, September 11, at 7.45pm. Tickets at £17, concessions £15.50, on 01737 765547.

THINK Floyd recreate the Pink Floyd live experience with their 2008 tour, featuring iconic tracks from the rock supergroup's back-catalogue, at Epsom Playhouse on Tuesday, September 16, at 8pm. Tickets at £18.50, pass card £14.80, on 01372 742555.

ACCLAIMED singer Jacqui Dankworth will perform a concert drawing on all kinds of influences including jazz, soul, folk and blues, at Epsom Playhouse on Wednesday, September 17, at 8pm. Tickets on 01372 742555.