IF you think you've spotted Bob Dylan in Tewkesbury, it ain't him, Babe.

It might be the tribute artist Bill Lennon, however, because Bill is Bob for a brand new multimedia show, celebrating the life and music of rock legend and Nobel-prize winner.

And Bill has a gig lined up at The Roses Theatre.

A spokesman said: "The Bob Dylan Story recreates all the classic hits, from The Times They Are A-Changin’, Blowin’ In The Wind and Mr Tambourine Man through to Like A Rolling Stone, Subterranean Homesick Blues, Lay Lady Lay, Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door and many more, while telling some of the fascinating tales behind them.

"Supported by a top backing band, the show takes its audience back to the 1960s, the era of Vietnam, anti-war and civil rights protests, and of course, timeless music spearheaded by the likes of Dylan, this year’s winner of the Nobel prize for literature, as he plotted his journey from revered protest singer to provocative rock n roll star to virtual recluse and back again, all in the space of a few short years."

The spokesman added: "We wanted to give Dylan’s many fans the opportunity to hear the songs as they remember them, all in one sitting; and although many of Dylan’s songs were hits for other artists, from Hendrix’s All Along The Watchtower right up to Adele’s Make You Feel My Love, the show remains true to the original versions. We are confident the show will have people digging out their old vinyl to sustain the nostalgia just that little bit longer."

The show, produced by 4th Street Entertainment Ltd, will come to The Roses on Saturday July 29. Showtime is 7.30pm.

Call the box office on 01684 295074 or book online at www.rosestheatre.org/