Peggy and Kosta rocking Easter show at Docklands
Peninusla Docklands last week rocked to the great sounds of Peggy Zina and Kostas Karafotis.
From the start of the night most of the audience were on the floor dancing between the tables.
The only thing that stopped them dancing on the tables were the swarm of security guards throughout the venue.
The first half of the show saw Peggy Zina and Kosta Karafotis entertain the crowd with their hits.
The crowd was set alight by the second half of the show when both singers sang laika for over one and a half hours.
Twitter was inunduated by happy punters sharing their night partying Greek style with Zina and Karafotis.
To get an idea of what a fun night was had by all, check out the clips of Peggy Zina performing on youtube.
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