LIKE the originals, Bee Gees wannabes Jive Talkin' like to keep it in the family.

Brothers Gary and Darren Simmons joined forces to take the roles of Maurice and Barry Gibb in their tribute to the legendary pop act, and Darren's son Jack joined the group in 2014, taking on the role of Robin Gibb.

The originals' unique three-part harmonies helped them sell more than 220 million records, making them one of the world's best-selling artists of all time and they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.

Jive Talkin' describe their show as a “powerhouse performance charged with emotion to create a nostalgic journey through treasured musical memories".

Darren and Gary have been performing the tribute for 25 years since they first appeared on Stars In Their Eyes.

They even performed Sixties classic To Love Somebody live on radio with the real Bee Gees.

Fans can expect to hear hits ranging from Sixties classics such as Words and Massachusetts, to Seventies disco dancefloor-fillers such as a Stayin' Alive and Night Fever in what promises to be an unforgettable show.

Other smash hits include Tragedy, Jive Talkin' and and How Can You Mend a Broken Heart in a two-hour explosion of music.

The Jive Talkin' boys are supported by a four-piece band with lead guitar, violin, cello and drums to recreate their heroes' sound.

The show is at Braintree Arts Theatre this Saturday at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £19 (£17.50 concessions, £10 under-16s) from the box office on 01376 556354.