WITH its all British cast, The Rolling Stones Story is tipped to become the most authentic tribute to one of the world’s greatest rock bands.

At the forefront of a cultural revolution, The Rolling Stones literally transformed rock music from the moment in 1963 when Mick’s lips, Mick’s hips and Keith and Brian’s groove hit their mark.

They embarked on UK, US and world tours and records sales went through the roof.

Mick and Keith excelled at songwriting too and in a legendary moment of pure inspiration, Keith penned the guitar intro to their most defining anthem, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.

Keith famously recalled: “I woke up one morning and it was on my tape machine, I can’t remember recording it!”

More than half a century later and they’re still rocking, filling stadiums around the globe.

The Rolling Stones Story aims to celebrate these music legends with a new production that will feature all the classic hits.

“The Stones pioneered British rock music in the 1960s and we aim to faithfully recreate the excitement of a real Stones performance,” says lead vocalist and Mick impersonator Paul Ashworth.

“That distinctive sound, Mick strutting his stuff and Keith’s Chuck Berry style rock guitar riffing all complete with authentic costuming and stage set.”

* Local trivia note: The Rolling Stones nearly played Poole! According to bassist Bill Wyman’s 1990 autobiography Stone Alone The Rolling Stones were booked to play a gig at the Antelope Hotel in Poole on April 13 in 1963, three months before the release of their first single, but the show was cancelled.

The Rolling Stones Story is at Lighthouse, Poole on Friday, March 15 at 7.45pm. Tickets: £24