A STELLAR line-up of acts will take to the stage at Weymouth Pavilion as Sixties Gold makes a return.

Prepare to relive the magic of the decade with five of the biggest stars from the 1960s.

Make way for Herman's Hermits, one of the biggest selling bands of the era who are now entering their 55th year of touring. Formed in Manchester in 1964, the band have sold more than 75 million records and racked up 23 hit singles, including There's a Kind of Hush, Wonderful World, Can't You Hear My Heart Beat and A Must to Avoid.

Next up is The Marmalade, champions of the Scottish Beat in 1968 who added another dimension to the classic pop song. Known for their quality harmonies, the band's hits include Lovin' Things, Reflections of My Life and Falling Apart at the Seams.

Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders will also be making an appearance, another iconic band from Manchester. Wayne had his first hit in 1964 with Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, which was followed by The Game of Love, Pamela Pamela and Groovy Kind of Love.

Steve Ellis, founder and lead vocalist of the band Love Affair who reached number one with their hit, Everlasting Love, and The Merseybeats, a group from Liverpool whose tracks include Sorrow and I Think of You, will also be performing.

Sixties Gold comes to Weymouth on Friday, October 25, at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £37.50 and are available from the pavilion website or by contacting the box office.