The Johnny Cash Roadshow

Sunday 13 January


Front Doors Open: 6.30pm

Auditorium: 7pm

Show Starts: 7.30pm


To alleviate large queues we ask that you arrive in good time as there are bag searches in place. Where possible please bring small bags with you.

Tickets: £24, £22.50*


*A transaction fee of £1.25 per ticket is charged for online purchases

The only show to be endorsed by the Cash family is back on top form with a brand new production for 2019. Award winning front man Clive John dedicates this year to a 50th anniversary tour of the legendary San Quentin State Prison recordings which was televised on Granada Television on February 24th 1969, and later released on June 4 of that same year. Alongside Clive is his iconic wife June Carter played by Emily Heighway, a world class band (Spirit band), the JCR horns, and the ‘Carter Sisters’ all supported with full video projection. This show is simply the biggest and best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world today. Songs from the San Quentin live album will be performed mixed with all the hits and favourite songs that we all know and love. This show is only coming round once so don’t miss out!



‘His Resemblance is uncanny’ – Rosanne Cash, first daughter

“Clive captures my Grandfather JUST as he was … Absolutely authentic to the point where it felt as if it wasn’t a tribute”
Caitlin Crowell – Granddaughter of Johnny Cash

“Clive sings moves and acts just like the ‘Man in Black.’ The Johnny Cash legend will continue”
Lasse Lindfors – Author and lifelong friend of Johnny Cash



‘A voice better than the original’ (John Wheatcroft, York Mix)

‘Extraordinary concert’ (Daily Record and Sunday Mail)

‘the closest we will get to attending a Johnny Cash concert. We should be grateful for this opportunity’ (The Edge, Bournemouth)

‘What an amazing show, you could have sworn that Johnny Cash was there with you’ (The Ironworks, Inverness)

‘Clive John was mesmerizing as the Man in Black’ (John Carter, New Theatre, Oxford)

‘Energetic and entertaining 5 Star show’ What’s on stage