ROBBIE Williams fans can dance the night away to their hero’s songs at Sutton Village Hall next month.

Leading Robbie tribute performer Tony Lewis will show off the looks, moves, tunes and ego of the original singer on February 15.

He comes to Sutton after taking part in lots of talent competitions on television and the live stage, in some cases beating off more than 60 other Robbie Williams tributes.

Village Hall spokesman David Harrison-Young said: “Tony has now come to be acknowledged as one of Britain’s very best Robbie tribute shows.

“He is able to recreate the atmosphere, sound and stage presence of the master, bringing a magical experience and a wicked sense of humour to the audience.”

Tony is described as a great guy and consummate professional who, when in character, acts like he owns the world.

David said: “That’s part of what it takes to convincingly deliver a show covering the fantastic career, songs and attitude of the original.

“Tony doesn’t hold back – and for the past 15 years he’s been wowing audiences across Europe and the globe with his phenomenal tribute to the ultimate showman.

“You will have a double-take when you spot Tony, and he is continually being mistaken for his hero because of his uncanny resemblance.

“That won’t worry him though as he’s one of those artists lucky enough to have met the original and even gained his approval.”

Call Christine on 07879 492752 to book tickets, which cost £22.50. There will be a late bar and disco during the event.