Livermore: Pub show -- with beer

The Choir of Man is stopping in Livermore this weekend as part of its inaugural North American tour. (Contributed photo)

The Choir of Man is bringing its unique singing dancing pub show to the Bankhead Theater at 3 p.m. this Sunday (Feb. 17), with pub tunes, folk music, Broadway songs, classic rock and contemporary hits, all while dancing, stomping -- and pulling pints of Livermore craft beers for members of the audience.

The Choir of Man, with a cast of world-class tap dancers, acrobats, singer, musicians and poets, has toured extensively in the U.K. and Australia, and the Tri-Valley is part of its inaugural North American Tour.

Tickets range from $20-$125. Visit; go to the Bankhead Theater box office, 2400 First St., Livermore; or call 373-6800.

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