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The double British Comedy Award Winner, RTS Winner and BAFTA nominee is back.
Join renowned Supernaturalist David Holt for a very different evening. You will be involved in a unique and interactive experience. Sit back and listen as the next message could be for you.
It's the sexiest song and dance sensation of 2011, presented by an all-star cast of West End performers belting out the unforgettable smash hits She's Like the Wind, Big Girls Don't Cry, Hey Baby, Wipeout, Do You Love Me, Be My Baby, Hungry Eyes and, of course, the Oscar-winning (I've Had) The Time of My Life. A Night of Dirty Dancing - not the West End and touring musical, but the brand-new sensational, inspirational, feel-good box office smash of the year.
A tribute to Pink Floyd.
An all male variety show designed to have pulses racing by the end of the night. Featuring stunning routines from performers hand picked from around the UK this will be an unforgettable night. This evening is suitable for ages 18 - 80. We have limited seating remaining so be sure to book your tickets as soon as possible!
Take That tribute band. More than simply a band, the Re-Take That experience is multi-faceted, combining huge personalities, vocals, dance routines, costumes and a spectacular light show. The guys say: "We wanted to create a show so professional and accurate that if Take That themselves came to see it, they’d say, ‘wow!’"
For those with an interest in mediumship, the name of Tony Stockwell will certainly need no introduction. Tony has been working tirelessly for over 20 years to bring forward messages of love from the grave. Tony Stockwell has a special gift. He can communicate with spirits, decipher their messages and share them with those who have lost people dear to them. Now audiences can experience amazing evidence of the continued existence of their loved one and that there s really not death, just life beyond this. Tony s insight into the lives of total strangers is inexplicable and remarkable as they receive fascinating revelations and indisputably evidence from the other side. Nobody can fail to come away untouched by the experience.
Totally authentic, the look, the sound is The Fab Four.
The show is full of the familiar harmonies, well demonstrated with Nowhere Man and Don't Let Me Down, together with moving renditions of Yesterday and Let It Be, a great version of Here Comes The Sun and a fine performance of Blackbird. It features plenty of the "fun" songs too, including When I'm 64 and Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da through to the Abbey road years when the band had stopped touring because their creations were too complex to perform on stage. The show includes film of the early days from 1957 and that famous show at Shea Stadium not just the music. This group have done their homework and live the music and showmanship of The Beatles, with the mannerisms and vocals being spot on.