Fans had a massive surprise last month when the Pirates of the Caribbean star, Johnny Depp, joined musical legend Jeff Beck on stage in Sheffield City Hall, and it looks like he is set to return to Yorkshire once more.
Depp, who had just won his court case in Virginia, USA joined his friend and music collaborator Jeff Beck, who is currently touring in the UK, in Sheffield on his European tour.
The 58-year-old star played a range of colours with his long time friend and collaborator Jeff Beck including his cover of “Isolation,” a remake of the John Lennon song released in 1970.
Jeff Beck is due to play York Barbican on Tuesday 7th May, and Johnny Depp is set to make another appearance, which we are sure fans will be buzzing about.
Don’t be surprised if you catch Depp out in York after the show as he has been known to say the cocktail bar Evil Eye is one of his favourite bars. Hidden behind the gin shop where the magic happens. Hiding behind the shop’s facade lies a quirky little cocktail speakeasy, oozing cool dive bar vibes that are only amplified by the hidden bar’s easygoing soundtrack of rock n roll.
Offering a (seemingly) endless menu of cocktails, guests are sure to find a tipple of their choice when drinking in the back of the Evil Eye – with all the classics on the menu (36 to be precise), a dedicated menu of mojitos, and page after page of Evil Eye’s very own concoctions made with a variety of spirits.
So we know where we will be headed after the show that’s for sure.
Watch the clip of him playing Isolation at Sheffield City Hall Below:
If you’d like to get tickets for the show head over to Ticketmaster.