A Tribute to Cliff & The Shadows - The Golden Years in Hunstanton

PUBLISHED: 17:23 20 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:23 20 September 2018

A Tribute to Cliff & The Shadows - The Golden Years will come to Hunstanton next month.

A Tribute to Cliff & The Shadows - The Golden Years will come to Hunstanton next month.

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One of the world’s best known Cliff Richard tribute artists is hoping to get the crowds rocking and rolling when he brings his show to The Princess Theatre Hunstanton.

A Tribute to Cliff Richard & The Shadows has seen Jimmy Jemain perform across the globe.

Audiences can look forward to an evening of fabulous nostalgia returning to the early days of pop, featuring all of Cliff’s hits during an unforgettable era.

Jimmy Jemain is now firmly established as The U.K. Number 1 Cliff Richard Tribute Look and sound alike as voted by The Entertainments Agents Association of U.K.

Jimmy attended the same school as Cliff Richard in Chestnut Hertfordshire, and lived in the same housing estate as Cliff in Bury Green.

His achievements include winning TVs Stars In Their Eyes, then going on to appear in Christmas Specials. Another highlight was performing as Sir Cliff in “Cliff The Musical” at Londons West End Prince Of Wales Theatre.

Tickets are on sale for £24.00 or with a restricted view for £20.00. Visit https://www.princesshunstanton.co.uk/ for more information.

The show will take place on October 7 at 7.30pm.

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