Get set for the Queen Extravaganza at the Guildhall

Undated handout file photo issued by Philip Mould & Company of a painting of Admiral Lord Nelson showing his facial scarring and missing eyebrow which will be on display in London from Monday. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Saturday November 11, 2017. Part of a series of portraits of the famous admiral painted by Italian artist Leonardo Guzzardi in 1799, the painting was last seen in a newspaper article in 1897. See PA story ARTS Nelson. Photo credit should read: Philip Mould & Company/PA Wire

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Rare portrait showing battle wounds of Admiral Lord Nelson is rediscovered

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Following last year’s sold-out UK tour, the brainchild of Queen’s drummer Roger Taylor and guitarist Brian May is returning to Portsmouth.The stunning performance is set to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the band’s iconic album, A Night At The Opera.

Guests are set to be amazed by a 90-minute show, which is set to tour 18 UK cities. It is being planned by Queen’s own musical supervisor, Spike Edney, to showcase the music and live experience of the band.

The line-up comprises vocalist Marc Martel, guitarist Nick Radcliffe, bassist Francois-Olivier Doyon, drummer Tyler Warren and keyboardist Darren Reeves.