Jimmy Carr and Roy Chubby Brown part of packed Cresset May line up

11:31 25 April 2014

Jimmy Carr.

Jimmy Carr.

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An international psychic and two of Britain’s favourite comedians are part of The Cresset’s May line up.

Sally Morgan.Sally Morgan.

Tickets are available from the Box Office 01733 265705 or www.cresset.co.uk

Let’s Hang On

Thursday, May 1. Tickets £21.50

Let's Hang On.Let's Hang On.

The award-winning production takes you on a musical journey through the prolific career of one of the most successful bands of all time - Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.

Sally Morgan

Friday, May 2. Tickets £26.

Elvis tribute act Lee Memphis King. Picture: STEVE ASHTONElvis tribute act Lee Memphis King. Picture: STEVE ASHTON

International psychic and star of hit TV show Psychic Sally: On The Road, Sally Morgan returns with her phenomenal interactive stage show.

Her work with high-profile celebrities and royalty earned her the name “psychic to the stars”, most notably reading for Princess Diana.

Sally Morgan is investigational and the show is for the purpose of entertainment.

Roy Chubby Brown

Friday, May 9. Tickets 21.50. 18 and over.

Roy Chubby Brown returns with his meatiest show yet, Who Ate All The Pies?

As politically incorrect as ever, the world’s most outrageous comedian is too rude for TV, so this live performance is the only place to catch him. Not for the easily offended.

The Simon and Garfunkel Story

Thursday, May 15. Tickets £20, concessions £18.50.

Direct from London’s West End, award winning actor Dean Elliott (Buddy Holly in Buddy - The Musical) and a full cast of performers tell the story of the music duo.

Using both original photos and film footage, it also features a full live band performing all their hits including Mrs Robinson and Bridge Over Troubled Water.

The Supersonic 70s Show

Friday, May 23. Tickets £20, concessions £19.

The Supersonic 70s are a six piece live band, featuring incredible Cat suited wondergirl Janey Bombshell,

They will take you down memory lane with some of the biggest classic hits from the 70s, including Queen, The Carpenters, Abba, Elton John and the Bay City Rollers.

Jimmy Carr - Funny Business

Tuesday, May 27. Tickets £26.50.

The TV star who is often described as the hardest working man in comedy is back with another tour which will see him perform 200 dates.

His stand-up achievements to date include a British Comedy Award for Best Live Stand-Up Tour and a Perrier Award nomination.

One Night of Elvis.

Friday, May 30. Tickets £21.50

Europe’s most successful Elvis Presley tribute artist Lee Memphis King presents the ultimate tribute to The King.

Lee was chosen as Best Professional Elvis Tribute in the World at the 2005 Collingwood Festival and was a World’s Greatest Elvis finalist.

Cresset Comedy Club.

Friday, May 30. Tickets £13 advance

Headliner Larry Dean was crowned Scottish Comedian of the Year for 2013.

Also on the bill is Jason Patterson with his unique tales of urban misadventure and quickfire gag-master John Newton.

Compering duties fall to Tony Hendricks. Book early as capacity is limited.

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