Nik marks anniversary with shows

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Nik Kershaw brings his Me, Myself and I tour to The Stables in Wavendon on Sunday.

The singer-songwriter’s solo retrospective is taking place to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his first chart success.

Kershaw will be playing songs and telling stories from across his career, as well as taking questions from the audience. He is best known for his early 1980s hits I Won’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me and Wouldn’t It Be Good from his debut album The Racing.

His latest album Ei8ht was released in 2012.

Kershaw was famously described by Elton John as the best songwriter of a generation.

Doors open at 8pm and tickets costs £20.

For more information and ticket availability visit stables.org and www.nikkershaw.net.

On Monday, rhythm and blues jazz singer Georgie Fame headlines the venue.

Tickets costs £21.50 in advance and doors open at 8pm.