Family fun, music and magic comes to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange
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A mix of magic, music and fun comes to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange in the coming weeks with something for every taste and style.
First up with a half term special for children comes an old classic with a twist with Old MacDonald had a farm.
Written especially for parents to enjoy with their little ones, this fun filled farmyard tale brings to life all the best loved characters from the original nursery rhyme along with a magical medley of games, giggles and sing along favourite songs.
The story is told with a captivating combination of live action, puppetry and animation by the award winning People’s Theatre Company.
It is on Friday October 31 at 2.30pm.
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Tickets cost £10.50, children £9.50, a family of four is £36.
An extraordinary show, dubbed the definitive Pink Floyd experience, takes to the stage bringing with it a performance that is renowned for its stunning celebration of one of the world’s greatest musical phenomena.
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Think Floyd returns to the Corn Exchange on Saturday November 1.
Now in their 20th year, the incredibly talented musicians who make up Think Floyd have managed to faithfully recreate all the atmosphere, visual magnitude and musical excellence of Pink Floyd live on stage.
They are regarded as The UK’s finest tribute to Pink Floyd.
The brand new Think Floyd production for 2014 features the whole range of classic Pink Floyd from early Syd Barrett, through Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here to The Division Bell.
Complete with an impressive laser light show, this is a must- see for all Pink Floyd fans. Hear their music in the best way possible, completely live.
Saturday November 1 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £21.
Join an award winning team of liars, swindlers and cheats for a spectacular night of trickery you’ll be trying to work out for a very long time to come in the show Champions of Magic.
Audiences will witness mastery of card manipulation, death defying stunts, mind boggling sleight of hand and spectacular illusions, performed by some of the foremost performers in magic Edward Hilsum, Fay Presto, Young & Strange and Alex McAleer.
Each show includes four world class, award-winning entertainers, performing everything from stage filling illusions to magic right in the palm of the audience’s hands.
Along with a live video feed, fiery pyrotechnics and stunning lighting, the show is an immersive experience in the art of magic.
Be astounded, amazed and astonished by the Champions Of Magic on Sunday November 2 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £21, under 16s £17. a family of three is £54 and four is £68 .
A reformed version of the band The Beautiful South, will be onstage with the new line up of The South plus special guest Tristan MacKay.
When The Beautiful South split in 2007, several members of the band weren’t ready to let it go so two years later, singers Dave Hemingway and Alison Wheeler, alongside lifelong members Damon Butcher (keyboards), Gaz Birtles (sax) and Tony Robinson (trumpet), came out of retirement and formed the nine piece band, The South.
They will be singing live on Thursday November 6 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £21.