FROM street busker to international superstar, Some Guys Have All The Luck celebrates pop icon Rod Stewart.
Paul Metcalfe dons the leopard-skin leggings and feather-cut hair to become the singer-songwriter on stage.
The first half of the show, which comes to Camberley Theatre on Saturday 7 May, charts Rod’s rise to fame from the R&B clubs of the 1960s to worldwide success in the early ’70s, featuring early songs like Handbags & Gladrags, In A Broken Dream, Stay With Me, Ooh La La and Wear It Well.
The second half moves to the swaggering showmanship of the arena shows with hits such as Maggie May, Sailing, Baby Jane, Da Ya Think I’m Sexy, Tonight’s The Night, The First Cut Is The Deepest and You’re In My Heart.
Paul’s show is apparently so realistic, he even kicks a volley of signed footballs into the crowd!