A CRITICALLY acclaimed Frankie Valli tribute act will be bringing his successful UK tour to the Midlands in support of Mary Stevens Hospice.

Stephen James has been selling out venues across the country performing The Frankie Valli Story and, for one night only, his appearance at The Granary Hotel, near Kidderminster, on Thursday, March 23, will also benefit the Stourbridge charity.

The show documents the rise of the legendary Four Seasons front-man in the style of the Jersey Boys stage show, with a professional narrator.

Included in the £24.95 ticket price are seats for the performance and a full evening meal, provided by The Granary's popular restaurant kitchen.

Diane Moore, of Mary Stevens Hospice, said: “A couple of members of the team here have actually seen Stephen perform a number of times over the last few years, and we've always joked that it’d be amazing to have him do something for us.

“Then one day I think we realised that there was no harm in actually asking him if he would and now here we are.

“His shows sell out everywhere he goes, and we know that this is going to be a really incredible evening for our supporters.

“The food at The Granary is absolutely delicious and the surrounding area is just beautiful. All in all, it's going to be a great night in a great place with great food and great friends.

“The show also falls just three days before Mother’s Day, so could be the perfect present for the special lady in your life.”

To book tickets for the event, call the hospice’s fundraising team on 01384 377 778 or email Diane at diane@mshfundraising.co.uk.