Blues Brothers and comedy club kicks off 2015 entertainment at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange
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A fun-filled programme of entertainment comes to the Corn Exchange at King’s Lynn including rip-roaring comedy and dance your socks off music.
The year begins with the venue’s popular comedy club when four comedians take to the stage.
First is Keith Farnan, who has appeared on BBC’s Michael Mcintyre Comedy Roadshow, Next up is Tom Allen who has had his own highly acclaimed show at the Edinburgh Festival for the past two years.
Tony Jameson will also be on stage, who is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 5 Live, followed by Pete Dobbing, who has boundless enthusiasm for articulating the inarticulate and a former life as one of Covent Garden’s most intuitive street performers.
Comedy Club is on Thursday January 29. Doors open at 7.45pm, the comedy starts at 8.45pm. Tickets cost £9. Adults Only.
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The Twist comes to the Corn Exchange bringing with it the 50’s and 60’s musical that everyone is talking about.
Set in an American diner, The Twist is an evening packed with laughter and all your favourite rock n roll songs including Elvis, Buddy, Dusty, Lulu, The Beatles, Tom Jones, Sandy Shaw and many more.
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Coupled with glamorous costumes and hairstyles of the era the show stars BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing lead vocalist, Chris Madin and West End Sweetheart, Suzi Madin, alongside David Peyton Bruhl and award winning Elvis, Danny Fisher.
The Twist is on Sunday February 8 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £21.
Fascinating Aida Charm Offensive visits the venue once again with their brand of filthy, witty and fabulous entertainment.
Their potty mouthed performance was founded by Dillie Keane in 1983 and was joined by key writing partner Adele Anderson in 1984.
Since then the group has played in hundreds of theatres in the UK and Ireland.
Charm Offensive can be seen on Thursday 12 February at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £20.50.
The Blues Brothers Experience recreates all the iconic atmosphere of a live performance and captures the essence of both the music and the Hollywood film, in a stage show and concert experience.
The live ten-piece band produces music that will thrill you, and a performance so much like Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi that you will long remember the evening you decided to immerse yourself in.
Blues Brothers is on Saturday February 7 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £19, £18 Concs.