Dining Tickets - Doors at 7pm. You will be set an allocated dining time which will be emailed to you with your e-ticket. Please try and arrive as close to this time as possible. We do not issue physical printed tickets.
These tickets include a table for the evening, including a delicious two course meal with several options to choose from. There will always be a vegetarian option and if you let us know in advance, we're more than happy to cater for special dining requirements.
Standing Tickets - We encourage standing guests to arrive after 8pm.
Dining Booth - A dining booth for your party (max 4 persons). Ticket price is for 4 people plus one of the upper level booth seats
With their unique brand of Prog Rock, Focus manifested themselves at the start of the '70s as the most successful and appreciated of all the Dutch pop-rock exports. Fronted by founding member Thijs Van Leer, and best known for their hits 'Hocus Pocus', 'House of The King' and ‘Sylvia', as well as critically acclaimed albums 'Moving Waves', 'Focus 3' and 'Hamburger Concerto', the iconic Dutch music masters will be performing as part of our Roger Dean exhibition. The original painting for the Focus ‘Family Album’ will be on display as part of the exhibition.
After a comeback in the early 2000's, which resulted in the well-received albums 'Focus 8' and 'Focus 9', the band regrouped with a fantastic new line-up. Along with Thijs van Leer on vocals, flute and keyboards, back on the drums is famed Focus drummer Pierre van der Linden, who joined the group on their second album 'Moving Waves' in 1972. Internationally renowned for his rhythmic skills, Pierre remains a defining factor in the Focus sound. Guitarist Menno Gootjes, who participated in Focus at an earlier stage, and acclaimed bass player Udo Pannekeet, complete the band's current line-up. Recently, Focus's biggest hit "Hocus Pocus" was used in a 4-minute Nike commercial before the World Cup broadcast. Focus music can be regularly heard on Top Gear and Saxondale on TV in the UK.
Join the band for two fantastic nights of music in one of their favourite venues.
Thijs van Leer - Hammond-organ, flute and vocals
Pierre van der Linden - drums
Menno Gootjes- guitar
Udo Pannekeet - bass